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Title: The Daily Miami metropolis
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Miami Print. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 6, 1904
Publication Date: -1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Key West (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Monroe County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1903.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 4, no. 177 (July 12, 1907).
General Note: Editors: B.B. Tatum, M.F. Hetherington.
General Note: Issued a special "Key West edition" on July 31, 1905 featuring "... the prosperity, resources and the general advantages of our neighboring city, Key West."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 21 (Jan. 1, 1904).
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Related Items: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Weekly)
Succeeded by: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)

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"v o No.: 53 r :"' I 'j .MIAMI, FLpRIDA. TH URSDA y. OCTO. ER 6.: 1904.P: ice 5, Cents



L TOOK NEGRO FROM OFFICERS.', L .
LITTLE BEING SAID.

,. A JUNK FLEE Perry. Florid,. Probably,---7":: 'Had a,*'Lynching I FUNERAL OF POSTMA5TER! Although but little U. being said fOURINOICTED _

Bee. about, for beginning .
f arrangements ,the _
: i: of the work,for the extension of.the
ISl ORe'mm A Perry. :Florida Special to the Sa- GENERAL HENRY CIPAYNE' East Coast Railroad along the keys: FOR MURDEIL-

vanah 1This News" under date of the' 4th,. ,.' .:Q IJcy West'are going steadily on:sail T-- 41
says: T : ,; .'t." I the Key West Inter-Ocean. Before
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negro
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I- ; morning! about 1 o'clock a ,J many week have passed there will be

II named Rivers was taken from She.-I Washingtot' October 6.-The funeral I City Railroad pCreamCity and of the I such, headway made that the doubts ; ,.
I Smith and two deputies by a.mob I of of'Postmaste General Henry C. Railroad will be removed DlIuds''
To Run Port Arthu Blockade Payne, Company from from the of the Grand
: By Jury in State Circuit
100 or,more men. Nothing has'slncc' who died In,\ "ashinston Tuesday evening -I 1888., | 'Througn his a orte- the' capital most penal ilttlc.! There are still many .

With Suppli been heard.of the prisoner, and' It It i at 6:30 >'clock of heart trouble was enlisted which purchased and consolidated who do no believe that it is the ,in- Yesterday Afternoon.Also
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I believed, he was Iynrhed."' after an illnbe ss of sevpral days, .will. all the' reet railways In tentlon of Mr. Flagler to extend his s

I I Rivers"wasbpund over-yesterday tc held In Washington tomorrowmorning I Milwaukee and. now
I await the action of the grand jury at a-ni at '3:15 o'clock the re- by the.company hIC1.r he was vice- matter: wIt i.them t(; I1I.t.ke[something -

,the present term of the Circuit Court,, mains will f> i taken .to the' PeunsrlIvaola presldent: and ; In 1887 he more naterial to'rouvlnce them .

And Many of Them Have Rrajcbed RussianLinesMahn I, which"convened today, (\D. the !charg! Railroad depot, '.nd from there I was'elected the ) Milwaukee and they'w 11 have In'a lew'days.*;,Ananonymous Several, Others,for, MInor Offenses Vj 5i

Army Forces L1 HuUenRemafe of attempting criminal''.assault,', last/ ) carried to Mi waukee, wherein should I and presldentt where correspondent asks If it is ,.Nt t L: TB tie Gate Two Verdicts to JUry
&- Friday night on Mra.WilHams; a white arrive Saturday afternoon and wherethe I he regained; I :consolidationwith the Intention of Mr. Flagler to build a "4

: Quiet. But Ootposi s SsUrmhkVTokio :. I woman living at Blair. &,Hlnely'i" turpentine interment wit take place; 'Sunday the, Chicago "M iwaukee and St. hotel here, and to that,ws would reply Trial 1 Morning-Other Maft rs: 3
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still afternoon from AU Saints Church, Rev. Paul Railway! In ISO1 h- was appointed that all Indications point to the fact i
i 1- When the ("'Circuit court convened this | Isaac Nichols m. Bishop of Milwaukee' ,, a.receiver: of the ol-theru.c\'paelflc\ that work n that line will .also commence j o JI&t'! *.<'

morning...SherI -.,Smith' was severely probably offlc'tating.; ** i Railway Company.Mr. verj 'soon., The Key% West "j r?

October 1:-Th 'ort' Arthur reprimanded'by; Judge; Palmer for his Mr. Payne ras a man of exceptional: i :' Payne was a m moon of the Milwaukee Realty Co pMl1.which recentlyypur-;; The attention of Judge Jones In too :f!

blockading ,fleet ha |ca;ptt redprisobe a Junk conduct bin:the matter,.being charged ability and as'universally'', respected aod of Milwaukee chased ove a thousand acres of,land Circuit.Curt this morning' was direct

,laden with Russian -s while endeavoring with having failed comply. with' pr- and popular 1 Irrespective of' political 'and of the Chicano Club. He was on the'Island will furnish the! site' for ed in, the Bearing of the ejectmeat
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to enter. Port; Arthur barr den from the court as to concealingthe affiliations.- He 'had been in pOOr married in New York City October 15. the hotel which will be the'finest In ases of Harry E.-Tuttle, receiver va

.bor. i 11-( negro>>,from the mob The shefi 1II health the last two years, but his last 1867.;to Lydia W? daughter of Richardand the State. ', Alfred:Davis and AJrltht.m'Kelll. respectively

From 'statements of crew andothers had been ordered to conceal the negrc Illness co' rt'1 ,,only seven. days and Marx Thomas V in Dyke and descendant "

aboard|evidence ris found on In'the woods'until'this morning, and was occasioned, by bear trouble.' It of. Hendric* Van Dyke:'who CRITICISM' NOT ALLOWED.r' The'cases were tried- by the following -' ,

the Junk to Indicated ixistenc* 01of. then 'take him acrossthe .country'; to was thought J.at first that.he would recover came :ito.New: Amsterdam In 1646 as .," --; i Jury_[who'ref tiered a verdict IK .'

I. a fleet of'eighty or more crafts i the Madison, but Instead he concealed him but a, relapse, the last day:put attorney general of the, province. Boston October GIn the Episcopalconventon both Instances In favor of the plaintiff -

same kind organized to m i i.ad the block- In.a barn within the town limits; and the! patient ;,oeyond! earthly relief f.HEljRT f. Mr.,Payne first a appearance*in politics today lay''members; from : B.,S.Potter.! IL L. Huffama. W. lI :

Into Port Arthur. I the negro's whereabouts were soon ascertained = C. PAYNE. i, was In the ,G t-Oreeley campaign North, Carolina I Introduced a resolution, Combs Ri E..Hall. L A. Cooley and A, '

; Despite the Vigilance ff the Japanese by;the ,mob, ,who took'hlmfrom Was born,at Ashfldd,.Franklin county got,1872, when be was active Inorganfslu'i criticising Bishop Potter for opening* a I I Colby,,the i court at the'conclusion oC +

bloc aAll\lfleet;!: mah; of theM the officer and hurried him' olr In .* Massachusetts November 23, 1843, the Youni; Men's, Republican i subway, tavern in.New'. ,:York:"'but the I the l fasttaking's' recess until S .11I ia

I'4 junks haft reached the Russian line. the darkness. t" the'son of ;junta ;P.1 'and Elizabeth : Club of Milwaukee and was its same was ruled out cf order for a mem- I o'clock th i a afternoon. ,

landing at several Places'{on the lower The work was done so quickly that Ames Payne.J.1] His ancestors on both first secretary.-. Since then be has been ber. ,"of the house, of deputies" to criticise i 'Yesterdty.'afternoon' after* the argument :jI

end of the peninsular. Tl ey enter'i at but few persons knew, of the affair' until sides.' were j jI naUves' of .Massachusettaand In continuous service .u' an officer, of a "member.. ,of the" house, of Bishops- .. ,. oi the.'attorneys in the unlawful -. J

r. ,111Pt. the Russian gins ant mines give this'morning.', : the rnames are found in the military the Republican lutlolla 'In the ILifE I I detain er case of Chu L. WeUelva. "Iii

thep. an ad van tat i' over the block- -- -', I and civil; ]history,of that commonwealth city. State and .nation! In 1880 he was SENTENGES'OR : .a:>. ',Lasseter 'ft.Co R plafatUTB -
oj* aJllng fleet It U also tied that THEGEORGIA i s far]back a* the Puritan set elected a .member oC the Republican attorney nolle pro.edhe cue and .I

ammunition and munltlo of war are I tlers. He was educated In his native I National Committee and held that positioa I Judgment wu rendered against plaiat- :ila
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being smuggled Into ,foi\\ Arthur, but town and at the academy at Shelburne ;up to his death: serving through r .wlth ail cosU'attacheJ. ;,

I,i non so far till been disc y erect OD the STATE: ELEGTIONResults Falls, where he graduated in 1859. He the last,three'campaips u an executive ROBBERSThree The COb-t of attarlimenU were taken ,1

''junks-' overhauled. I ** !fo, ( entered business life a tonce at North 'officer. ,During tl e McKinlev cam against, Washington JIlL I ,

Ii' ,... ;.. ampton; but, .in September 1863 'movjO. -. paign5 of 1896 he ,wa.. in charge of the Tiffany aid George Zapf. the same beIng -
MAIN FORCES ET; rl to Milwaukee,'Wla. He was connected Western headquarter at Chicago. He, promptly paid..
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,with' dry'goods i served' delHgae: at'large'fromWisconsih'
: :0"I \ : i he firm of F. has as The grand Jury reported upon the* ,
', Mnkden, October Rmade foree.II R. Sheriom Co., Until'January, 1875 'at the 'Re ?ubIcan! "conven- Assarants Hard Hit by New ,ChiQcagolrwPj following I In which'IBdletmen. |
"of both.armie remain qujlet; but the In Adoption of New Constitu- when he was: appointed postmaster of U ni\iof .18S8 and 182.) He was..appointed I bad been round. lie t
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outposts are active" A Cdslack, detachment :tlonal' "Amendments-g tf Increase'[ !tfilwaukeef 1e! was*president of he Postmaster one:il, the' position [rescrIbtng! Against t 'i1igh. <; Tom Sci itt-Mnrdef. i* :".

II TJU8d.Ttltb: ,but si irp' engage- .' an Wisconsin :T tlephone.; company .from which he held a. the time of hisdcatbby 'way' Robbery and 1. "' ,J John Li :tle-Grand larceny '
Japai ete i dragoons Presldeu't. ooscvelt, In,19O.Biiiii %: Assaults
.went ..of Eight State Repr fsenta'tiYrs. = 1885 and pre+ident'otthe; Milwaukee : "Will Simmons-Laken': :I
:atCntaIMJnea.:: -The- 'albanese' lost "__ h .. : MtJKeever 'Intereaarsswith'
; I" r"7 Will Carnal "'
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,tied. : ...: I ,1- a fei iale' under eighteen years of 1
sv :
r" :r J i c. R 'NEW" WRTER 5Y5T[ '"t ,"- I age; '. ;
CODLING.- I Chicago, October 1.-A JuIn Judge
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:' SOMETHINUi.UNUSU t' Atlanta. October" ; Harry Baiter, Johti Eoliinson ,and Jinx; : ;;%i
6.-Returns fr found
om Chetlate'a .court tonry three men .
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Cb !101m Burglary '
'; '}fukde October j ,6 -Spi lething,.unbustle etterday's election In 'Ceorgla.1! i hI!I venotyethcenreceived guilty of bI h.ni'rob r7 and fixed '.Noble icott. Will Grandlsou ands ',\t:.

usual 1a comlhg. A grw t! '.Is for comparison WERE OPENED THIS A their'punish lent at'lmprtsonmentfor! George F: elds-Murjer. .... ,::\

r noticeable hijthe; 'trees [which. are wjlh that of two'years ago 5..hl' jafeoui A9ERNOQNC3ptaln life: ..' \ ,> Barney Banihlll-Cranil larceny..,': .. ?tIn

crowded and filled-with ts and pack eighty-seven' thousand votes were cast! \ This actioi: fs In accordance! with the the case of ''NathanielJonea '.i-$
x mules. v 1'i TWILL It Is believed the vote this year vi illbe" .. dec's'on 'of the States attorney office : -
j ith' true
bill
'. charged v I blgamv.-' .was 11
somewhat smaller as there,was\[no r demand extreme J'enaltyt]\ all "
to an inr "
AD ERl, : TO VI1CISION I opposition. to the Democratic! ticket Baker, of West Palm Beach,.Will Lay the Pipe, and FredRutter (awes i*where I khe acrused;
i ij:......_ i I :It, is declared that! all four':oflt ihe injure*a vit,lro'with revoiren or .herweapons.J .cust 1'-
: then
, I constitutional ameddment8'were.lcU- ill' Do. the Excavating 1 the Former ,for) $1.463.90, 1 :' number of prisoner. were asaigned -
New York, ; Ocu"ler I 6.) Chairman ; I t : wd t.iey'p'.end: as follows:
. Taggart. of ine, Nation Democratic rled Increase which'will girela4::: counties y an and tithe', Latter for $41660.2Q-Bidders I and, Bids.Pursuant The prisoners are all joung men and John Fjblnsop,. burglary, not.gulltyf' :

I f: Committee ;raked tOO statement ]the legislature.The of eight or, 183 ropresentatlyeaIn luer n1e of : ... ,_! .. It-!s. believe.' that lhls'ction,:! 'ill! .be 'Harry Salter burglary, cot jni'.lty. .
: the scans. } prevectinp muEiorkof
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a,'. that Judge_ Parker's nblnatlon to : Jf Will l irKrvtr'cam e' l.ntt''courSa 1I
eight representative will limit : 1h'cblr'ago '
prevailed : I
make: no speeches during fj hk campaign; the 1J tJ : ere this kind that has Rich a female under eighteen years of '
ds valve-boxes. The, L els as follows l
\ eommlttee.1 State taxation to five mill ,and permit ,announcecient ; and vicinity for many years.]; not '
approved bait guilty.
{ bu been e local school : 4 age, w
' taxation for purposes. for the pipe of the new, wa er : j '
and that the program j II be .rigidly j -4- laying Bryan') & too=: .$.,i8( ::c \!' ',"- Will grand larceny guilty.
4 adhered to.* Tble..ansu cement is .works system, excavating'' for' pl]>e. ': TGENERAL- FAVORITE John Slfmou8'nd larceny not guilty.
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TO DIVIDE COTTON TRADE. C.' T, ( n-12 115.70., I.
rf made to !prevent .turtli'r' invitationsountry I : ..:; i ate., ,. were ofined this afternoon .at 2 V'\\'.. !. J -
Card1,2.S2t.i.CaptaIn
r in Gainesville His
from other: parts of i th Jor I i : -. > 'o'clock" UK once' of chief engineer, Baker-11,4 3.90:, Was' Oliver- Johnson ," f'i i CON! )ENDED, TELEGRAMS. r
1 .London. < Manchester k former Home.Hammant : :;
make .dd 9ctoberT1, I.
i him_to I. ''etses.' ..... for"a A Baur, in:,1 le, Casinoof, ,the RO al t'aftaln Baker beta ; the lowest bid.1- .
.1 n division ofthe Liverpoolcotton 1 .
COLD WAVE IN TE!CAS. i trade fom Amerlca.he3 Palm Hotel w th the following bidders:";dcr 'wasaward' d the contract for layIng Crowing out of tht:recent; trouble In.a :J

.......; resultjedioj For laying Ipe;;: Bryan & Co., Jacksonville 'I the pipe. t tI' ,,, Fohnsoni: of this (py1, Mon Chicago,school over the appointment 1
'l- with
\ J" ei'a ;; an ,arrangement the'.Ledyyd ;' Captain Baker. West' Pairt i The bids for exoara Ing specified the .-received 'the sad Information by of 'a neg' o teacher a mob of boy l
:: Octobei :-Af : Manchester which I' "
Waco T-euf and Lines' ty '
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: ; ttro beach.;' C.' T 1| McCrimmSit'! and ,J.. \V. digging (of 6,540 bit yards ofsoil I telegraph that "the ,houseoccupled by jombarde I the Haralln school near the .. :
\ period of Intense heat cold, wave companies of the, combine will brl ig 1
>' tardy, of Miami., ,''K and were as tollows'" .. his parents lr. aid Mra.: W.,H.|Johnson stock yari s Tuesday,and had to be din7ereed'by -
potton Orleans ,
over Texas today -The :weatherpsitj :direct from .New: \ to [ "*' -
Sjpread wee sj 1 For excavating;: Bryan'fi: Co., Jafy-' '- Bryant & Co.-J5.20i.50.->> In Mlanl, had been.burned Sunday the poUce '
conditions the] ,two have )Manchester beginning about them d- Johnson .1
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: nd'that OliveV1 ,
jonville C. McCrimmon, Miami; 'C. T McCrfm non- 15,240. night, .
fa two ; r. ;
for ot tile October., companies will .
been season of Thy
unprecedented f Captain brother, sixteen years 'of age.;had Latest from New Mexico are .s
of West Palm Beach, his ; reports .
the and touch;"' reported alternate, In fortalht! ,aatlipgsrm! Captain Bake Baker-Utz.50.: i .!
year '
'. died' from the effects of injuriesreceived drowned tothe -
ind Fred { r'ot Miami. t.l Fed Rutter-U ;: that twenty persons we".C
i"' from sections, of ":r New Orleans.-. I 'The bids for,layingpipe speclfled! ;'I Mr._ Rutter !>foln, ; lowest bidder in the 1 fire,says the e.GainesvilleSun. flood kt Santa !Fe. hat State and '
GIEO'
., I' ind Included|I.n pipe of the system !i was awarded the: ; lt"f r: the ex-: I '>".- ; that the property loss will reach eaormoue -. '
;; CONDENSED T ;NOW n.G : I ,
G STRENGTH \ -
t to be This was sad blow to Mr.JohnEon .
''' ": : \\--j i iAMS. ; i i i'w rom four inch up to 16 inch and makng I('.syaLnf.: .Both* a cts are naturally a ftgu1 ,
e a total of '1,710 feet of main to be I started as BOOB as"-doijtracts tan be ,:and.be departed on the first' -, .t

11.1:. By the falling of 'e rJiweighlngi and, ore, m'e "CUstle, Kent, Eng.;!*October. :'aid. also forl] changing tire 'hydrants; I.signed up and material! gotten on the train'for Miami, having].telegraphed' to.. W.'W. Jones, avromlarnt cattleman,. '4

,! killed near. ,ooq Carter| \itions Yl1f',fwn; ill: ,men wereMonday:: 6.;:-Latest reports on Lady Cunon's e.ttlngnew\ ;,fire hydrants and setting ground., ,11| s II' i bold remains, until bin arrival. was klll4at: BeeYttle,.Tex..,. eaday 1
condition In4lcate: stir, further ImI 1. # 1'' 'I a The Johnsons are well known in this by a Btraj bullet fired during a street
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,The men were !r prkfn Ire a nine whenthem : provement'\ and that she Is gaining, : i 'I' : city, having;"resided hero for several duel between 'other'.men Neither ot ;I

the earth.gave'way' bnrj n* be-: strength rapidly, :. ) I, :Mr; and 11 V. A. Rutherford moy-< ;! :Mrs:.C.-D.Leffler and children havefeturaed years.: About':two years ego the family the dueIlst|were Injured

'ieath lU, 'I''t I 4 -t.1 1 i,1 j .- > I I d into'their" handsome new home on f- home, from Jactaonvllle and removed tojMtamt. 'where they:: have ., &

y i 1 1y i I, ,' ,: '' THE COTTON MARKET. H X'ioth' street] i Avenues C and the points in the \V st. and which I since"resld .- "The lad.who met'death While' peaking at Conyers. Ga, *&

H. Lenafre, a.negro,, .ocdoo" do -"; : I.. J, yesterday | This home, former place they ve teen for sometime by this misfortune will .be remembered Tuesday, Col Lon Livingston; the present 11

tar at l Irotk"j Va.,-.1'set fir tiflimea.his bo i t.' York.. October,S.-Fntures opened -though,not f completed yet is one, ] attendance 'a the sickbed of by many of I the younger element here Dem r.uc. Congressman from the '1

.}'trtdsy' nlrht bird :. }*1 1 r nmoi ,':t. few iead,.. ,October. 1008! ;, .November, if the most comfortable and convenient ..(\re. A, E. Martin kir. .'Lcttter's'moth- where he was a general favorite. "; Fifth District branded Cot C.P. Goree. oJ';:
leavia 'Jut Leat+-
from a-window;; ; The i.Ji;, Dt.cembe.r.: Y U; January, 1M4; & the city, and.will. have been'tho cr., ,who. is now .muchimproved and To Mr. Johnson" ud' other membersof the Republican candidate for the once; <)

old son to perish In the; found r February 1025.bId;' March andApril. I I DUghly! flnisbed in a few weeks. I whose complete recovery. .anticipated.. the family*( the lywpathy: of the,commnlilty as' an "Intamous Kar.1* A lively 'flghtfotiowed.land 'i
of the My
charred remains yere ,, -- ,. extendedV-; : \ Col. Livingston was ;
1035; May. l 38. "I. Is .
;later. ,The-"doctor" wulhued. v i -
c I I roughly hindled by his adversary. No -
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I' '' I HERE'S|ANOTt'ER LETTER DECEIVED BY MAIL FROM

The Georgia{ State" eWtlo > ts being; Four:persons' were failed,and fifty, GENTLEMAN. > ,IN GRAND RArIDS. ,!MIC I.,:, .TOD.f'i j jOO .* CARD OF :HANKE arrests- were made.- i
held when.'all' St afflcers and ,:Injured In a railroad wreck near LJanBlly. : If.A._ '" | "
today "RILL PLEASE SEND A COPY OF THE METROPOLIS. I Committee, -
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Executive
Monday. IS. f fj The Republican
Consti- a,
,four,amendment to e SU te ,Wales 1 "
voted on. y. AM,THINKING OF COMING TO MIAMI FOR THE. .WINTR ANffPER- I desire to thank the public and all of 'the' Tenth; Georgia ,'OII-essIOllal ;
will be : ,
tlon
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t who ceneouslY'lne % helping band
i' Mr: T. 'R. Oraond, promoter of the HAPS TOE! I AEPEMIANEjiTLTn>; ,PERHAPS I i'.AY', PEE_ SOMEi'i' In so recent bereavement District have announced the kjmlna a.
; la In" tae! city:'to-day LAD our tion of IIi| )I. Poste"". the'only colored
Episcopal street railway : THING II1 R RENT OR SA'IN TOUR, COLLNS. : 1" W. H. Johnson.
: the Augusta bar to oppose
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+ torn New'Yurk.i ?ractitlonfr
: | hfldtoday. .In having Just retained 'METROROL1S'CANNOT MANY
i GIVE THE NAMES OI' THE : '
i : ,i A Record npreaeatattra met MrJ; Osh i i : i H. Hardwlck.,Democrat, for Con-., 1
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;......-J 1. mond and. asked for Information- PARTIES. jWHO_MAKE SIMILARIREQL"ESTSAfIT..W:. 'L"LD ;BE UNi i Company : F, :Third Regiment Alabama :. crtIIL -.I t
Osmond said I 3e8TTO ,?TS ADVERTISERS. | I[ i I Ii ri SUM Troops has been' musteredout ".
Democratic ratlflcI itloi meeting garding the project ; 'f
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--wllJw be bald I la Washing +a nth*,12th''Jh.at'developments! have been* slow),; butt i ,LET 'El'is' SIMILAR, THE AB)VE ARE :.RECKIVEC 'at I HunUville 'for failure to protect W. H. Moody of Massachusetts, atpresent .1

R:;hut.. at %Wch many prominent Demo the:plant la assured. He r mentioned' I 'DAILY. AbID'MANY O F, THEM,IA'cD.:THE REQUEST?:FOR UIOST'j the Jail In' the proper manner during 'ttorll.erGeneral of the.United, ,1
:= who are : the recent riot In. that.dry.. has been chosen to succeed the ,'t
|rati.' Including Henry ,C.r,I avis;; vicejilsatdeUal several prominent capitalists., COPIES IRE ALWAYS COMPLIED WITH. .] -*'' States
his and stated that :: -- Senator George F. Hoar a* Senator .;.,
will ..ttend.JT Interested la plans, jt late :
eandldal*] 8
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THPsEJ WHO LANDS FOR SALE ORTO -
t : r JQR bridge Massachusetts..
will 'a
".: J-: .I repreaentatlveVof these gentlemen II B1.the'. falling of wagon from
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';4Th"t.' ., ,"Norwegian- 1 j bark" I fIr loha Lawockjs -j be here within; the next f>o weeks I MIGHTFNDAPCRCliASERORA| : TENANT BY'' TH E EXPENDITURE f during; a flood'near Lexington Okla- I J' ,

:, ran ? teen sank on off Fred-I' ind 'the matte/will'beT definitely set-I OPT A FEW CENTS FpR Aj SMALL ADYERTISF.MENT IN THE: .homt.onTuesday:;i ;: eight!: 'men j'were Two mn end a woman were ashyx-' a

:.{ertkstiAt' :' Norway. -.- be r, crew jof .....ft th. nMrolhof 'October ex-i AND-WEEKLY METROPOLIS,; brown-,into the swift running rtrean' aced in a room at a hotel In:New York 4
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r THE DAILJIAMI > places in Asia. Now Russia is busy that thf'T) |form.a safe harbor of unlimited WOOL PRODUCTION..' ,
and England turns trick. Tibet. area. And there Mr..Kennai ''""H"- ,
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[Meanwhile .t hIna has to submitti| found theahips 1' with banked flres.\H .The: Philadelpbl4 Record I is authorIty : o Lifla :a OS. ', ;
I': METROPOLISnr found Immense stores of coal. for the 'statement that there ; f >0 I 4e\: a ir I.'" 3.
t both. while each solemnly promises ti I also am :;, art I

g |maintain the integrity, of.the Chinese\, naval supplies\ U.OOO.meu). and a sceni only two_ U alla! Pensylvanla, in ,KINDER-LOW, GA.,. .

ll.......... ... day 1.c.pt 5as4i.1. Empire. of actlvltyl Night and day,*the heel which sheep are rli ect for their wool, ".
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g',. I' ,1\ D- was read I for battle prepared to |Ig0< and it asserts 'that? It Is only a "ques =3lake. =4I '= ,.
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1 fei .-. _ 'displayed conspicuously' ctlp ,safe from l'l).e fury of the elements..] of sheep wil cease[L to be profitable on .
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i ; 1/-r. K7rEOi1.N i J Sir Mu plug from a Richmond' (V..) paper of 1 Back a Arthur, scr0B8'th entrance, the dear lands of Ohio and Michigan."" N IfJndet :'Lou Crafes.i

/1 i .1eh4 aa.beoad a* FMMBM'ei..a*'tbe laa..norl4a.r.p Florida man Having been killed In thai to Port a few.' swift torpedo This is doubtless true but there are .jI.

: m city.: It,also told of the arrival t ; '
,,,I uS ".o 11I.ra Aowapyer p ..a yacht Ouatchouan in port, and of th
:', .,4a Lad o!th. UalU4 8JI rat ta..ea I. ,
....'"...-''.Pw.;. ralaaJ. formation:of"a ship carpenters'and Russian sh ps by 1I'lrelen'telegraphy' agricultural purposes ., but .

;;:", .Year 1 byMa11..1 J.... ......=i.0i') C'&utken"'unl n. .It,-also told .of the in time touring: tile fleet to the. scene which are- admirably adapted to. sheep T Sell hinder"' Lou Crates all ov er.'Dade;County .rt. '
.. funeral of Oliver Johnson ''.u of action I for It takes something like raising.: Tennesee)-hu'man, thousands "l
!;. fax lloaUta: .....i.U.* .. ... W newifortyeight ,] ,t.
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jp six hours: for a vessel to up ancho; of of such lands: ........II. .....Uti...,.., .. '
Tkra Montha.i.....;.jUM ;.... ...... 12 hours old and which was<< ', acres II. It- II', It- it.....II.. ;:
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n 1r after and get cle,r of Port Arthur sa1s fir. The'sheepraising Industry should ?
used in Metropolis Tuesday -
o.e Week by Curler... ...... .10 T
i r Kennan. This is,a long-range blockading : need tariff to mafce it in
profitable a
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noon. It',)'ou want the" .news'when] It i .......... . .. ;. . .
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ferent from the ,Yankee method|fad Record says: world's chief supply -
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!J.;! _Lt.ftltlIIq rates made known 01 I i. F. W: I
t' t .'f t application. There is noted in ,Democratic. rarjia(I. Santiago: It means Immense- "" economyand of wool now comes'from the vast > HAfiN

TKLKPHONE::Cl- iR. a very considerate"spirit .-Ith.reaped" Is stricly, I modern 'S.- plains of Australasia! not yet open to :

fil"fll" OFFICE: METROPOLIS BUILDING to Secretary John, Hayr. He says !jh< Mr. Kennan< ySys: further tribute {JU agriculture and from the pasture ... Architect and BuilderI :'

;r'J: tat and 434 Twelfti Street (would prefer ,to 1 spend "his declining the Japs tIe Bays he has been 1I'herebe ranges of the Ande'and Rocky Mountains f

;; Court! years In private life and that Bclltlllfly! could bee things and make ar study where land Jias but a nominal .
Opposite House. I now have in mv employ one of'the best '
quiet which is so pleasingto him. but of war fro& the'Japanese'standpointand value and where there are,made two I Draftsman in the South and am better .
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t THURSDAY, OCTOBER '. 1904. he, is .mlng'to,forego his own desires, he his{iyet to discover an Instanctwhereanything wool clips a year. 'Vhen all the manu- prepared than ever for furnishing plane

and remain:: In the State Department has been forgotten facturingcountries of Europe admit and details tor good buildings, fine cabi- I':

: ----r = --- four years'-more In'tbe evept, of the The ; items were planned for, ; this wool free 'wh., should the manu- t net work etcvj 1 am ,

: STRAIGHT. DEM ,.. election of Colonel Roosevelt The '' Snia-l1tt no food' scandals no facturers of the 'Uilted: States be de- for turned 'work, scroll swing and all

I TI1'.i -. fal rovide material necessary work,' usually: ; ,done in a CLASS -
perfectly
: Democrats ;are. willing Ito ,1 prived of an equal opportunity by an .; .
\ For]PreI1eJ j have Mr. Hay'retire to the' classic at,'. t. On' every hand there\' exorbitant tariff! On economic as well I planing mill. -I I fiRST

Sfi! ALTON; B. PARKKR. : shades he so longs for, and are gong' was foun, Jan evidence*of brains! and as moral grounds:lIOOl.; should be made -4 1 Send me your order for doors and window ;
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For 1S'IcePhilHENRY t. to do all they can to,help him along military sib: rity. free.,/and,the barba-ous duty on wool -I -

.: G. 1jA I .' to them.. ,, ;" : Perhaps{* the United 'states can le'rn lens averaging,nea ry! 100 per -cent.'at frames, ballusters, brackets,. etc. ::s

Fort United States. Senator something rom Japan before the end the custom-house. should be reasonably 'I'I and be convinced' MIAMI FLA
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,JAMES PJ TALIAFERBO. 11Y REMARKABLE. .1.1I I
; j of the grea struggle. reduced. S {ch a duty defeats 1
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For Congresamaa1IP I I revenue and offers t the same time an 1
CLJLRKiJ Commentingipon'the the'action of the NEWS ,10 I ,i. .
FRANK '
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| IIERN.INDLSTRIESj; Irresistible temptation to the smuggler.On
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-. Democratic"Executive Committee
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'NAPOLEON B..B ARD. in l requesting the resignation of Mr. f i'j'+ sanitary and moral the Irratlonatluty "
State Holloway' )tom the State ticket and 'The recbiSouthern [d of new industries In the } A.--'Robbirls
For Secretary: of I r of 100 per cent. on{ the woollen clothing -
H. CLAT CRAJ7FOEUX subsequently authorizing one J. Emmet Slates' for the third quarterof blankets and flannels of' the J. : ,& Co.

t ,. .". For 'Attorney Gene. -U Wolf to be an opponent to him in the the present year, ending' September American peopletlallyreduced houlir be : .. .
*ni.H. ELLIS.f general election, the Tampa Timessays 30th-as'colnplled by the Tradeaman reduced r
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total of 1.2C8.: Thegreatest' a21a: parndBi'
For Coomptrour : ] shows a wand only when
: A. C: CM u., ; <"The action on the case of Professor ni dmber' new' plants Is ,ln be' : -
"1' : tariff shall turned out of. the balls "DeposltQ .
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woodw line there being 193 .
State Holloway was very remarkable] He the rklng i' '
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For Democratic Presi- '
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'. KN >" was not pr eaentut, the committee of there. 'I> ext in Importance' com- legislation "House." Quality l 'is remembered 1 bng.after'
WM.JV.; dent installed )a'\VhIte Priceis'forgotten. J
sent him a telegram requesting] him presses am 1Inl.o! ; which! there art '
jpi-iSl. ,Tor,Superintendent of a..l ; In 1903 the 's; wool production 1 -
to withdraw from t'e-ace.: He 122 for the quarter. ''New'mines aad andj i !
,ion,"J ; ilafly l i02' amounted. .In numbers, to 2,668.- : | .. '
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to number'of
WILL K.!, .. refused to do' this, In effect* telling quarries Lhe are natural 300.000'pounds.; this the United 'I'
the committee that be wasnominated In'Importa ice, whe!! 91 new, .
; For Oommiuloaer OK JLCe4dutOf% There States produced about sno.OOO.flft<< ),while j Quality Makes the :Bargain r
J. by the Democratic voters and that,the gag and oe11S\ .re also shown. t
;f V S B.E.McliN.: Argentlnla prortuq_a 70IJOOOOO( .and
committee had no right to' interfere.The were 78 elei trie light and power plants
For Railroad CdomUalonerv Australa la'bOO.OIX UUU. The country ", TvriUVti Ste_ JlirikmlGEQ
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committeethen, resolved thatMrHolloway &3 telepbon > companies.! 69 waterworks, 1.I5"1 '-1-1"I I Fla.
:; ; JOHN L. MORa producing Pi'e next largest .amount was
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't'' should 'N, forced to' retire 52 develop tent and Improvement: companies '

: y For State, ,Chemist.' that hla. name should not )$e ; 31; |>rick:and tile'works, 31 oil Russia.with seo.OO .QOO pounds. Great > .' -- ,' '-', '
ROSE- : and Ireland 134.000,000 pounds .
Britain
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; .ThAf. the'official and J. .44 Iron"working plants and 23 ; -
1t. 1- placed 011 ballot, .| wells,
1-1 1 I I Franco Spain 102,000,000and ';
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103uO0,000t
.rd..are theo
R' Emmet Wolfe. of Pensacola.was. new companies among. ; H. MEYERS
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North America
'. -i.. COUNTY' 11 Df.1 chosen a* the candidate.: : sew fndust eL The State of Oklahoma Germanx 49,00000. ,
:-1} I produced 304,000,001). Central America
{ The committee acted entirely without leads in .new compresses'and gins i st
For State Sonato' and West Indies 5,000.000. South America
authority In this matter. It had Georgia and North Carolina each have
N EuJpe 640,000,000;Asia Contractiiig Electrician
>.HUDSON ,,.. no more right to puS on the case thAn 8 new cotton and woolletl: mills; GeorEla 510,000,000 Australiala ,;
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Africa 134.000,000.
5t would bave"a precinct meeting'or an I )leads;a t :electric light and power 274,000,000. :.i u
,'a- '-1 XJEAHAM W. and Oceanlca, 550000000. _' Launch 1 ,-
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; Individual Democrat Of 1 course',HolIowaiy -1 plants; Tennessee leads In- new ironworking .. r, p es.
:\ For Coutr'1114 > natural" o Batteries. Spar' c ils Etc.913'Avnue .
will go 'into .court with the plants; Texas leads ;:; .
.. r A. E.: "HETBER; I EDITOR AZ S CO,tai ENTS.
\. : matter and compel the'committee jto gas and ol|companiea'and Mississippi C
::: 1. For I'J'oMcvtlql; | q1f1 ,1 3iiami'Florida.t Write (o ,pfkes
and refineries as well
place. his name on the ticket and he !leads 'oluwells > :
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ROBERT .R.''t.ULpJL'f' I : The )MontgomeryAdvertiser! ; (Dem.)
will also doubtless enjoin them ,from as In wood-working plants "
.,. For Tax OoDecto r "'. i ihtacoomPu.ing says: "Tom, WatsOn maybe, 'fighting J '
','\ \r: T, NJ;'OAtTTtER placing Wolfe's name thereon. i I Beside the Industries, specified In Roosevelt,- an, 'he claims but- he isn't . . t . . .
:t "ItIs 'admitted Hollowa mls: '
*' : that !! : table the followingcellneous ,
,',... 'r For Tax' AtMrar course: in this matter has' been;any- | Industries 'were reported making it.i public t I- any' great" extent"The l .c. ':Corner AvenkB an1-1 llth Street. '

GEO.O.BOTLEI. 'tl **.
."r ..1 For ::County Treaai rerC thlng'but" commendable. -but Cr 'that does,." luring thelqusTter: medicine j 1 Blrmlngb.mI News (Dem:.) says: 'J ,THlE '

:' '- H-RAULERSO*. not Justify the Executive ,mmltter,0 Laundries' cement, works, :'The main object Jt the Cabinet meet- :;. r ,t G.A.MuLtER.1 .Pro wiet.r. ?

*;tl t For 81IpertnteDeJe t'or School factories; lt liottllng' works supply,coinpanles ,In'g' In 'Washingto these days is not i ir.to ,
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BE FRIENDS WITH YOUR BOYS.. candy and cracker'ractorlr., buslnea. i ;' .
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if. 'k R. E.; RALU i potteries Ip.isart I >
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't': For Clerk Circuit Court i harness and paddle factories theAmerican but to devira I
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fathers there"arein fife marble worksmoss mattress factories.chemical ways""and PIPle" keeping Mr. SAN CARLO: S
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f: '1" E.1C.DJwtBO.l :, T" How many I; ork'lI, peanut factories, lather ., ,
r For Sheriff, country who never think of making: 1- Uoose veU from job.- ., '
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FROHOC&. companions of their boys) eannot :'jbe'': and belting works, paper-box tau\ ... .-I. 1 I -i .--- -....... f
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.t k'J, 'For County Hfi i Commlas onera't estimated! apdyet'tbe echo' naed is always"I tO companies IP1I"St. th factortss:. ;;"'eand'and i Irj el 1; The Galveston, ..fe...... 'men.) kas: I J r E!OiMUll(i 1 Open aB the rear at 2.50 per day ilchp -|
i'Ha'iink
The'.r.ther Invites th1 the
: ) R. JOHNS. great confidence I wnlppedj jT-iibaians on I i / lilt .' !Special>'ir....11 to CnmnwKiatnrn.
.. ( E.'B. UIlrtCK of his .boy,.who makes ajcompanlon l r The gr ,total of 1.3G8 new, i ,S-{every, und-tb apanese. fired with t r.ul\lllOm' ... .. Lahr. SAMPLE ROOMS:

T,' A.' WlNflEL1).' of him. and 'who makes him'tries for t tUrd uarte.r. of 1304'is an !'pride' urn..of grei E victories. ta?kl- d !. i(_. ,-' I r 'tKi lite Bu:t6&. LLsG'f; crga, 'i'

;', JOHN ..SEWELtl6' feel<<; that.he-, tan r.ways, come to him i ncrease o 2 over the correspond g the tol>acco .trust] It was here that \S I' 4 Tk.F

,a:. t E.|G. TWEED In. evil report,.. as"- In good report, will .quarter.. tf!' l last"yeah': their greatest adm!i f>'rg said they wouldgodown'in H-, +-'' . ,e . .' .!, ". ." . ..', ,

.. For ScbooliBoarjI; rarely'ave any,'cause to complain i ,; defeat! But they did not .1 't; ;.'J t ._ .

his son.- The great trouble Iii| that fA'tAM: f.ER COMa11VrEEMAN. they forced thertrn! [ to sell to theta." ,
.f.i .o ELI SIMS r : ) I' .... ; .. ," 1 .
'i1;: { w.'l.' men. as a rule: know too little of!,their i .- r '
if.tf a Ewj PAjtt4 J
boys; but this would not tie th -Case I IIf The Birmingham! News (Dem.) says:
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; Gad c'Onvkled'gani
.1: j. StThDIN, 1 D., ryan;; a er : &
f '"" Ii they made companions! of -them as Savannah '"Hon..Thomas E Waton struck a : fiardie
In
I and tugs: e from justice ,
t .New Tor..'* IpubUc'j',, IcJi oU opened' far...' possIbl"I; | I i I 1 negro cab driver eiause'he ;i laced anegro tPlerce ,

,": this year with an attendinc i of S8o.000. .. Doyi;18 a rule are! afraid,of I their r-enderedimself woman in the same vehicle. Yet : :

That number It: larger that the entire rath_ers- No'boy should be'afraid [of j i}lay' flnf of |1>K). and serve'thifee .Mr. Wamoo'ia:: helping Mr. Roosevelt : : .ONLY '

.r, population of Florida] ,s hll father. There.should- be respect' ) nonth i !'prosopwvnt. 1'1\: 0' would treat .Ir.; Watson exactly I ; f i,

and "admlraUon,for the father' born |J I Iof .! Last Saturday Bryan nat -the, negro cab river. treated htm.

""" siltymiles 10Ye'and..,duty, 'but It Is 'an aWful''',- Executive '' '
A movement requiring m front :
>er of the Stat* Democratic Ca.t R :E: AL.P @
'; long ia something unusual In thing for him to be in constant! dread I Iof ;I '>mmitte| at Jacksonville on a proxy The, Rome ( ) Tribune' (Dem..) ,_, .

r military tactics, but bat 11. what the "the parent': and: yet this is the rom Hillsboro county,:and 'was one '. lays:' .Th good people ,of this State .

}j': 'Japanese-, seem l to hare 1 'Trent'of.Mukden. ase with many; of them.. The! man j of those toting for the resignation[I'oflira ':, leplore lawlessness and' -vlcioiianess. 121ting1 l11shmsiitr : '

: .' .. t. T. .who makes a companion of hia, boy; > Holloway ftt f ?'ticket and tlie, i it Is squarely up uJ i them! to let the lawless Esi_ ----- : -

: who; partakes of his'*jjrathful pleasures selection'of J. I:;...:.U .Volfe; to and vicious' Class understand, In I ;,' '" :\' ., .,..

c. The )(emphll' aomme+. Appeal I ,who eta altl'ay-' 'find time \Ito] him In th,approaching elecU'1f.!_ !oPpr': words that ring, tnd, if necessary. inacts :IN. MIAMI._ j

3:, -says Wca410 HearD 1 was na ja Ire-' change views with blmjlhas; Ana ,this! man, a.convicted gambler,! that maker: ont shudder to contemplate I First

; lueS: '1ncorrecto- M1 Connelly j tunity to correct his mistakes'lIoppor-1 dared to.dabble in and_ attempt to die-] that' the law of this land Is.supreme'over I ,Avenue- ,C, forth' of. | National" .Bank.I "

t ''wu Dot bona In IrelsnlL. H Lau Irish)'the boy:the benefit of his' tate'od control Florida politic! .Still ; ear and every citizen .II', I .I "- -I,, .. ",.

Canuet. pith a western .p te. but'where"there !Is. no t mpanionshipbetween'.them'this further ,strange Is the fact that the; and that the law |than be obeyed.

,: S 'can be done.; committed allowed l1ch' man to 1 'atone '
f- 'A Connecticut who voted'Tor The -teVliai; t'.ite.'to;' ltl I The Columbus 1.:) Enquirer-Sun World T
father ;
:. eentepa to vote c? ; i: of th Ir number.and participate in I s' Fair Rates
Andrew JaebouRoo a Tor j [ about Davis. Democratic :
.;!- sit down and talk with his boy, ,the'die kltlori( of a' matter of such (Dem.) lays: 'Senator ,

nelt this year. r rAb their: ..ownaffairs, however: simple vital 'import to the common' interei'to! nominee tot( the vice-pres'.dency! ,

; well. a maD aflctei: ith senility's may be the subject,. makes/' a mistake,'I the a who has adopted dedares'thath: ill carry. West Vr!! Visa I
State mill
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fought not Lo' bel; hell s ntable., whlofi, IOOn'er.or. : 1strt! he. will dis !as his ,life, trade' the' art' of gambling ; gtnla ,In' the coming.' election. If Mr. .., -, r
'f--- I coverand the discovery Is generally, ; '" Davis will C do th1a, and Judge.Parker 1- r
present
ut issne of the omeseeker ; and stakes his, .and ,his future ..,
:The ;
... ; too late for correction! Men sometimes' -;ron gaze of chance. Sbame.-.Bh. e,: will; carry Cl's home State, Senator '
: I.ll1oft bat'ske ..riteupof ; a '
contains the Florida a East Ooast hies I' towns I mtos,theit chance r to"shape and t'shame! 1" :' I Gorman his..dir.. alr.t has.-Mr. Olney! The L. & N.' B., R. '

[mould, the, character of their |*bpys .hls,/ Mr. Cleveland his, and Mr. Bl''anrhl :
and IeCUoDa frOm Jacket me to the I I .
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: neglected will elect their <& ]
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because lYe BITC the
simply .they, F ADVICE TO WOMEN. ;, DemorrSjts -
homestead, country, that Inter.e(Iilg romPMIlonlblpGrl'en"lI1e Her- <5''
their ticket.
aDd valuable resdingFto; th CODtem- 'I I l *.. .
out a lan for a.husbandsimply .
Don'tfiitck .
1'1at1Dllotatlnc. or In!any annex-con- 0 I brmnse.you love him. The, The .Lou'sville 'Courier Journal Excursion' Tickets noy on_ sale .dailyfrom ,. .

ernaed .lubla,--'sect19- o'Heads -of. da PRAISE, FOR'THE\ UPS.: j:I I moot*,lmport&nt' thIng is whether {he (Dem.) says:,"The, u Republican'Conven. 1 .;. Jacksonville ::to? St.

1 ;won." !ia th campaign -- loves'y,. A woman .Wh'O lores.her: .tion ;that oomi! aced, Roosevelt and : .' :Louis and return.

motto 9f';)"etor Murdoch in' Kansas In,a cleverly; utyltten'arUce'in-, f I" $tttr than he doei-her !II II, Fairbanks was a r.ut.n'driedfalr.\ : "
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outlook: George* Kennan ltelis about which he treads.: If hehe. It represented "inbody"but the'offlce-. -
,sad Gharlee W.Vail sn Cb liardoeb ,1 iut boodle and graft : $4 .6; ...,, ., ... Return Limh December iftlu
The than she does him. hoiders nothing )
better
loves her
: ; 'who; It''r nn\ni tor gress. Is his Visit to a Certain.Place.7' ; '
-... 'nd-beade1'anQ hopf to' .tbe votes story] is as;interesting;as,the title ispeculiar looks 'up!i to her1 as a goddess and \Its ticket ..Ill"'be: beaten worse' thanit 3 b'.90.',..:---.A-,: . Return: ,.Limit 60 days

'aU the,r d- ea ef. m In'Jill dlstrict ; and it deals with),the progress spends'his., life.trying to win. her favor.I was in ..1892.thready!: the Republican -' I'T.'oo' .v. ,>.:,'' .v.' -v.i. '};Return Limit 15 days "
.of ''
> Van.xbo II rennin for a court of the art of war. V K KMr. A too adoring wife bores a man with organs;have dropped argument to -* -. "il fev ->

,j. "' derteahtp i ; 1m bald-blade!. ud II 'or. :Kennan was allowed to visit the her:ariecjion/but:no woman"ever had fall into hysterics.' The!r'only camtpalgn' -I The. L.. I&-.I!. Is 'the best line to St. Louis
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Arthur nioreor to satisfy her, : song: Isto'claim everything. : _
Z ''ganlsiag aU or]the bd-Ii led men fa fleet that' has kept:Port. enough love given to her .. '-t
:< :Itt.'dlatrltL. < 1 less blockaded for months. and the Fore affection the.man lavishes They e.rrlecLVer.mont. as they always t\ i f" :-. :, J Rt I.
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:,' Where do'you suppose'i ; found jthe upon ber the stronger the claim j'do, and went on fas'If,they had'Btrutk -i i *
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iate.schedules sleeping
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Ruala'I'" ''wins Enctand'i bunch 'of'm sea 'monsters! | he'establishes. After.mar..ge.: thousand t'oil, or, discovered a'gold mine. TIer -

v ; protellt' draw woman's-bearto,! Maine bsuch'a 1 reduced majority .. apply to .. "
carried
<: a:pew treaty with Tibet, wt :Dot avail.ajyi About IIxt1.mlleS' from Port Arthur things a : a fJsi

ben Dctand: was ipbnsy Ith trouble there is a cluster'of .lit.neJ.. supposed her, hush and"; a thousand things er- as 'if the jpercent t' .i* be'raaln- :;'

:.. ," Sa SoIIth Afnea Rus>;la,wa haThis hers by the outside wnrl'l to.l'unlnhrb'ted! range hum .from, her,_Woman's : tamed and it-'w lljbe.' will ku, them J.M FLEMING, c. L"STORE. "

: ;:sire; ,:way ta ghciu+ as: }- varO1'e : and barren.: :Th'irh. fornatloe.1' sn-h World.. i: i all the debatable ette ... ,Ha. Pui.'Aft;406 W.B&18t..lacUoniJI .' ti.P.,Agt. Loan.I. .!!!,. :.

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aa acre which. to the/mat of i s1>Mdlad REPUBLICAN NATIONAL AND CON. JUDGE PARKER NOT: A NOVICB. -:;

QUESTIONS ANSWERED farther north. There I an tea to twain OREfiSIONAL TICKET: I 1 I.- ; -!

thousand the .. ;We the statement that Judge .;)
1.1 PE : ; plants to acre, and tk suppose
fruit brings la the 'neighborhood ; r '.For_ :Presidential( Electors: '1 I Parker has taken: personal charge aad i

: 't'he Rrofessio s from 60 cents\a dosea j for Red oi aa Q. P. BUFFUM.GI 'f control of his campaign la not to.b. ;:

Ish to 25 cents apiece' for Porto Rice *:: .K:, ROBINSON, construed jliterally. What la meaatis: .,1

t Information; of Interest to the Prospective Settler The percentage of plants:fruiting depends GEO. W, HOLMES.O. ., probably that he's going to"have nor* .,

*' uponthe caN and judgment n ., X, W. WENDELL.A. to say abut U than he did during the :
t Miami the Southern' $ '
, Concerning and erclse lav their culture, some grown M. CUSHMAN., 4 first weeks. But even If he found It

? 'Pattsssoa dz EYasizaq Portion of DAde'I County i baring sneeeeded1] In securing': tint< For' Con sress, Second District: ,. necessary to "become his ownchair- ; .
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", from 90 the M. CHENEY. man" be would not take hold as 'a
. I per cent of plants la theb "t 1 1REPUB1C4 = _
ATTORNEYS AT! it AW. i pin tries.1.. |I' political novice.- As chairman of tha

it: eut +adersi ) I { sands 'maybe. purchased from $6 cr STATE TICKET.%:; Democratic ;c State Central Executivet
mil court *
taeoIaltaonttt..far.uatnttatase will pnetle*ta MTteedBf'. So many Inquiries m directed ,to aa In any section of the country, $10 an acre up, depending on prosier ] Governor! Commlue; he ran a successful campaign '.

-, Ia.d Tnl.L i j UM Metropolis by prospective aettlen I and far more:so than In most. i Ity to roads and shipping point Goo MacFARLANE., In New York nineteen years ago ';t' 7'

f 0.101 sir. Miami! Ft*. or bomeMeken concerning ooadttlo&i I: ; aTHETF8'FUTURE.Miami :. lands-onrock road within I mile u For Secretary o! State: .I landing hi i candidate In the governor-- '.

existing In this part of i the country, \ 7all, modern conrenlencea .:Miami may be had for; $50 an acre. aa< JOHN F. HORR. ship., Hli candidate on that memor ,
P. T. 8 AOGS.j M. D, I and the burden of correspondence entailed 'I of as electric lights, somewhat less than that sum foe lath For IAUome-r neral: able'occas on was David B. Hill.-Hart -.(

OSto wits Bd C eas rbant w7. thereby, baa become so heavy, (water: works'sewerage, telephone aye 'not Immediately on a1road.. 'The same FRED S 8. CUBBERLY. ford (Cona.) Courant, -:

tao+td.a.. I4Ua Sires. that we hare attempted! in the following Item' free; mall delivery. three newspapers quality of land farther, away. fray Fur Comptroller:

co..j "ic. j jFLO. article' to. summarize such tutor- two national banks 'one State transportation facilities can of course J U SKIPPER.* BROKE INTO HIS USE..

MIAMI : iRLDA.w. *matlon'as ,la most Important and .to bank.' etc. .li, has_miles beautiful. be purchased for ....| The land Is ua For State Treasurer; 'It
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answer,the questions most frequently streets 'of native white atone. It Is promising la :E. J. BRELSFORD.For S Le Qulua. of Cavendish. Yt, was
appearance to
those ao '
D$. j. JL JACISOB, JR, I practically the terminus'of the Florida Stated Superintendent 'of Public robbed :of his customary health Invasion ,
I asked.It It Is hoped by this means thata customed to the deep,, rich soils 01 by -
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;jorricx::' | sample copy of the paper of which East Coast Railway,for though an extension other States;: being rocky. and sandy Instruction:"' of +chronic constipation.. When {

"; '&loriL'BISCAYNE BLOCK, Vg. D. hundreds are lent oat, will. In most i ;of the road has recently been 'yet results can be obtained from r R.'p'NEu.. Dr.. King* New Life Pills broke Into

MiAiU : I! rioB4QR >A.. cases serve the purpose Intended bet- built penetrating' the farming lands far la ('scea'of the! returns read_ For Com t. of Agriculture: h' his bouse, his trouble wa? arrested and

,f ter than t personal letter. Specific Information forty-fire, miles south 'this:Is merely, 'from-the more fertile. sections,of th. Rarilroad S. ROWLEY. now he If entirely cured. 'They'reguaranteed .'
a feeder to the commerce of this For 'Commissioner: t I to at all
-NV. B. may be obtained by writing; : city. country. FfillUer must be used bathe cure drugstores.
.RUSt firms Here are located the steamship docks H. T.:RITCHIE.
', to any of the real estate or other returns more than Justify the expenditure
Office !5-12th itreet, 'Phone] whose adTertlsements appear In this of the P. fcjjO. Steamship: Company, Involved 1 I For Justice of Supreme Court for Term According to the new Japanese military .

Residence,20* ii St.' | paper; and the'best way to become fa- whose lines are" operated to Key West '.t People of 'energy ..tnd'Industr) an Years;: regtuaCIc/ns the Mikado's army

IA.K.FLA.. I mllltr with local conditions, progress, to HaYan..'and to Nassau. Immense heartily,'welcomed, .nd" the country i will be recruited up to 1.000.000 men., )

Industries and current happenings wharves, etcjj are being projected, to development ,being pndlcally, Just begun "F'or Justices of Supreme Court: I While protecting: a lady from Insult

T. W. BACKUS, t I. ,,'hUe"cootempla.tIDC removing to this keep, pace wIth '.the vastly Increased there is room all to reap tin D. S. FARP. Earl Cam ? was knocked down by J.
= maritime business that must follow '' C. S. ADAMS, E. thai ray: at Dublin Ga.. Monday.
on benefits
.A.a. ;; section,' Is through reading the:Dally which fOE; as the re ,
the deepenlng bf ute'harbor., work 'E.4 ?. AXTEIJ .. rWhile on his knees Chop pulled bl. ,
Plans Speeiflcatloas sad beta It;Made or the Weekly .Metropolis,, the formerof on suit of such L Capital find* -
Fine which Is noWJactually An I --;-' '. pistol''an< fired flro ballets Into rite -
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for Buildings of AM Kind. .' which will be Bent to any address progressing. here most profitable investment.' whH r
:Residence a Specialty at the rate of $5.00 a year $1.25f01 appropriation!!\ $300,000 has been se labor Is la demand and 'well paid. Peo REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET' body, of his assailant killing him la- '

.Om cZ;; i315jAvij:MCE D. three months; the Weekly--a 1arp'1page cured, from the Government for har pie of moderate meanji who come. ten -For] the Legislature: .,. staD Y., brother of, the dead man I '.
UK., H. U: HOOD." retu
bor. Improve rents, :and the Florida ; has t to'prosocute his slayer.
paper-being milled for $1.60,: a and buy a small trac or land, make t "
j Clerk of the Circuit Court
For
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East Coast Railroad Is also pledged to -
modest home, set out fruit ,
:0. :0.. g year. trees siC: MORGAN K. JONES.
THE CITY OF MIAULSprang expend Thus; $600,000Is while waiting for these. to TESTIMONY OF'A MINISTER.Rer. : ,
come lab :
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;... ..[.,'.. being .1 I For Sheriff:
Civil .s. r- .- out of th. wilderness' eight now for this purpose andIt bearing: engage In trucking,'. are. almost H. T. FERRIS.'- Jdo.' S. Cox. of Wake: Ark. .:

ENGNE :yean ago the nllroad baring reached la a moral certainty that further appropriations without) 'exception, successful For Bounty Treasurer: writes, "I'or twelve years I suffered ,

"' 'this point April 15. U96., Prior to this will be secured until the And this success costs less effort thai JUNE MUOWLKT. from Yellow Janadce. I. consulted a

1 .Off c i > t.. 8t.ie a. 1"Iao' time one store, whose trade was prtn- harbor la In a condition'commensurate !. la other- pact of tha'country whll.the Foil Tax'% Collator number of physicians, sad tried an ,-

r tile dpaUy'with. the" Indians, anda fewnattered with Its Importance from a commercial climatic eondittoni render oat-doer 1. I. WILSON.For : sorts of medldaes.,but got.ao relief. ..,,'

'f-, .YeaR Eq4..t.Coast.a.d of YtoriaawAL'rERIcrId tt.nreftar' families, eking oat a precarious geographical and strategical work c possible every fAT' la the year. County'Assessor 'of Taxes:' Then I began the use of Electric Bitten ;
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i 'llrellhood by wrecking and the standpoint ii Importance recognised with the health benefit of inchesopenair D L HUGHES. and feel that I am BOW cured of a .

'' manufacture eoontie starch, were by public men at the National Capital, life thrown !!n.: At'the aim. For County Superintendent: ot. Public disease i.4at'had me la ltaa grasp for

: the only erldenees of dvf UIat1oa. On and by all who win study the location time, people who are enjoying haunt !Instruction: twelve years." If you. want a. reliable

i Incorporated of this port Ita relation to Insulir and moderate medicine .for liver and kidneytrouble -c'.
'o July,28, ISM Miami was and success la their passes REV. 8. G.' F.1lRICK.{.
..a.rot aa a'city furnishing perhaps the only and f erian' commerce, to abodes, had bettor sty where they are For CoiIDt, Coaunl3"Jou: 'stomach _disorder cr general ;--1

-"-, 1 11 ,t Instance 'on record In which a' full lay nothing; the vast trade that There should be weighty reasons to laflneaea < 1st'District HARRY RICHARDS. debility, get Electric Bitters. It's guaranteed -t:

Metropolis: bnii Ing. fledged,dty"cam* Into existence with- must i .existence ,upon the anyone to make a moved sue* ;2nd 'District-a" C'., HAIGHT.; by(!jail druggists. Onlj SOc.

-RoopiS: ; F out first baring been a town. Thre completion of the. Panama canal.. Importance., People.|who bar* mad.fatttres 4th District-R. J. PECK.' "J
Hoars 8 to";' : jlMiari, A:glance at I the will:show the "
map
hundred registered voters are required'to elsewhere! ,are not likely to hi 5th District' 'WALTER WALDEN. BOND ELECTION NOTICE.
entitle any community) to be called most casual obsenrer the possibilities very successful her*, j Intelligence an/ J For Members of School Bow J .
SEYMOU t : Notice Is hereby given that a special.
'L\ _. R..II.{ less than that number eonstitotlng the:future holds for the Magic Cltr. industry, essential ''! : '
city are aa
to for
1 a ,, good 1st Dlsirict-.. T., 2IGLS2.2nd election by the regular voter aof De 4
,Attorney. at-Lawt a't 1JL' At a meeting held for SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES.' : tune here as In any other p&rof the. District!. S. MILLER. city of Miami. Florida who reside hi .
Miami ,has| one, of the best public ,
--- -- tbe' purpose !.of Incorporation, three' globe. .'. }t. 3rd District-C.'YOUNGS.: said cltyJ and who'own' real estate ,
and ecu-half months;after the Dret schools In the State, embracing, both I ,If It Is desired to In '
Silt aak FnlcraliOo.ru. engage genera For Justice of the Peace: therein aad who haws paid their taxes :
? ,' Will.'practice PartlcaUr.teat U-1-ill: [the.-:*tto* eottooratla., train'reached' Miami,:344' rotes were' the common, land high school 'connes.,..farming, 'In the raising of wheat,'com 2nd, ;District-E. .WHIDDEN. for the'P t year due thereon,' to'aathorize'ttie .'. :r/
Law. test The phenomenal growth of this The buildinB4 are-large, and ."el1. ventilated r,' oats,: peaches apples,, District : .'
'McrcantlU.Keai ErtaW "*4 'ro ate ;. I grapes; or 3rd -Frank IDNER. dty council of the City of .
Oiflca t.....-... BaI14IaJ?} ..Jxa'; ". I'LL' early period ,has been "sustained and there la a competent corn' other products of the temperate tout 4th District: C. W. PIERCE..: Miami Florida Issue 'bonds trariac :-
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\ throughout the. :eight years'of. the of teaihers. !A Cathollc'convent_ Is to one must cast his lot some hundreds of Bth DIS rlct7 W':J:GREEN. Interest not exceeding the legal;rata .. '

C. C t. history. I If. be erected this summer which. w11provlue' miles to the north aria accept the told Corntable "' State .
CARROLL _._ .city.: :1.- i For : of the of Florida:for the following .. '
: : Ins ,,for both sexes.There .
ruction
POPULATION ETQ; that Is of the : .' .
part
legacy"of land* ct-bAWII' :McCUNB.I
HomeseeVersAgent! "Mr list of f 3rd. Diat purposes and the.following amount ..: ..'
Th., .:resident ;jare all!O.private schools, a muca where these I
Property o anpt be Miami has at present pop"nlrtlon things can be rrownitraising I 4th DllltrId-f. R.FUNK.- to-wlt: ::1{ '"!5
< .City and Country nf between,4,000) and 5,000.In ..! !, conservatory, and art school soy Neither Is this a stoc :- .
beaten aT to'quality! an&prta s. Come : country j 5th District' I. H. Burton.lady. 1st. Twenty thousand .($*000) ;dollars _
and the wrote- months, this population; taugmented that every educational 'need may, begupplied l There Is a "no-fencej law" which Is s yearsder
You may, sar mo iey. ,.. I i :.. In payable-twenty
and see. the addition of hundreds -;! ., .There ,are about, thirty boon 'to the i, ends abe
settler of
satisfactloaj |I by ; peat : limitermeans from j &D.ce of said bonds: to :(
;future ; I of visitors, mostly! of the ea1th'il.: ftourls lnr schools In then county. and there i'v ry.' little: llv An exv: 'oi1'ot'-r yow.'er lutte Uu-' used tn' the erection of s> city hen .f;

1' C.. C.: CARKOLL! lest claL'\e7.,' 'who come to 1 Every I religious denomination Is flock In the, county. On the other poct-Denemour powder i>lent at. Peck- and. fire department building. 'l-

Ngtar r|Public.: Ideal :climate and the finest fishing In':' represented, |4andTtla following hare, hand If It Is desired'U' engage In.th. ]a vile, Pa. I IMonday.two men weYe killed ,2nd., Ten thousand 4$1O,000)'dollarsz -fIn

'211/If./ :p.erttTlD as1, 1ttniSt. j fie world.' To accommodate- these. handsome. church bnlldlngt: Prsby- culture of citrus frulia, pineapples, va-; '. and conalderstbl" .'proiterty lose.sustained. dt yb nds. to'be due twenty years-' ; ,?;
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.. i, vlaltora there are numerous hotels: tenant Episcopalian!. ,'CatholIc'" M.,. E.;, OUI'tropical or semi-tropical:fruits 1 :... 't.\ -- from the date of Issuance of said band;
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'" IUDXE'I ml ;;4rdIDg houet., principal among) Church,' M. E.,Church, South and l the growing of vegetables 'at, the sea -- .. T. .. the proceeds' ,of which are .to be-use4! .,:!

'iku K11asn srtd tslaelNs Hit" : which Is the Hotel Royal Palm, an' immense Baptist..SOILS ". j son, of .the year 'when all other part NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION.By ; In the making'and paving of e theta ,:
PRODUCTS.- J
640 feet long. 300 feet AND .1 I tf the ate In the of winter .
building ,. .: country. grip ..' not heretofore paved Within the well
.e11abt1tiedut. stories high with accommodations The principal "Industry n this ,sw, this section' offers dedded -i
wide and fire | ,. advantages settled portions of the said city of Miami -
virtue the rested
.oPtie ... f for' SOU guests beside lobbies tlOa Is the gjvwlng of fruits and winter -; orer, any- other portion of thUnltM of authority lathe ,.Florida.

I rotundas, dining rooms offices :vegetables for .the.Northern. : marl 1 Ststes.: I ,undersigned by the laws of the ,3d. There thousand ,($2,IIOO) dollarsIn j
State of and the ordinances of
CI44YNARD.ova '
w. '
kets. Tomatoes form the staple, ,Florida
etc. It Is set In twentJ'acres of.trop | crop "" ,, bonds) payable In.twenty years the
"' ; but there of other t" the City of Maml'notice Is hereby given
are large quantities N
D.,1'Iezt ical':gardens, beautiful beyond description. .. proceeds tot which shall be used la the .1
ilusei Acnrtt&i Fitted:rod-Ol I :' ., There are several other hntMsr vegetables' grown such as tomatoes] i -a to the-qualified electors of said dty- purchase of a chemical engine and other t

!4tc4i, Jr relerj 't smaller than'.the Royal Palm, to be! egg plant ,' uppers! beans, etc. The ,Notice Is hereby rlV'Ti that after the that:the annual' :general city election necessary fire, apparatus for said "
I service plan "season extends from aboulj adoption by rote of its will be held :In the city council chamber '."
sure; yet larger and with better ng I. a tbr.ee- ourha elt,. f 1
LLD than Is' usually found In towns'; of October 1 to j January IS, and the' bulk ,I stockholders, after' j statutory' "notice, on the upper floor side of the Jail buildIng And that said election win be held 1

GEO. .McDpN twice the' size. At this 'writing 'an, of.the shipments are sent North from and four weeks' pubirr ation; the Miami ,.on the :south of Fourteenth la the city of Miami..Florida on the ;;:
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aln pnglneuear.tTiat November until May although.therebeInpnctl4aliy. Mortgage and Guarantee Company 'of street, west of Avenue D,' In the City. '
., other fIHtor1.hotelll In process: of 24th day of October. A. D. 1904. at the
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load' sq.naitya + .no difference In the Miami.: wilt; .apply to the Governor of .of Miami on the. E:
ad erection !; : f regular fours of holding elections lathe ;;
() t.W1t141. t .. FLA, The population, cosmopolitan, erery > reasons, seeds may be planted or Teg- Florida' 'to'Imnd articles 1.:.3., and T i FOURTH MONDAY :IN OCTOBER B, office of the Miami Transfer Com-, i -1

State In the Union furnishing Its etables gathered 'any,day In fhe..ul'!, of its charter' to read as follows: t J "t :.D.1904. : pang at No. 229 .Twelfth street, and :

quota of rttpresentaUres. ,An uudevlrable Vegetables are"grown dually on 'th11 1 Article 1.'The naive -of this corporation the same being on the 24ih day of said that the Inspectors for said election .

foLE1SIIom ,foreign, element Is,unknown. prairie.!' lands, .whhlch,,:are',free from 1 shall be-.the ackvonrllle,' Mort month; "thaf the: polls I will ,be open are"l nami4' as follows: H. C. Budge. ,X

Cans Gel'. prsveats, n..ta CLIMATE.: .' Umber std are composed of a kind of I gage' and Guaranty' l' Company, with'JaeksouTllle. from. eight o'fclock a. m,standard time, C.' D.. Lefder.,W. L. Keller and the :it

Writing' from personal experience, loarl"j| j .'Fla.. ,.at its, ,place. ef business. !! until sundown on said day M. .E. clerk of said election Is"named J. C.' .

'' ARE, YOU. GO NG. .' after rlsltlng California and other seo Fruits are grown on pine lands .'- ,I Jones-M. Wj.r Proscber-R. C. McGriff Gramlln .

J :'IV": tions -wbere' climatic conditions, are which are illghtly' higher: .than the Article 3. The amount of Its capital have been: "IpolntedIDspectors;sand, 'The ballot of said election shall read: '

North or y/ st? considered their best we can .vlUUngly prairies and!la thl3 section very rocky shall be $J30.000.00 divided Into' sharesof R.:M. Smith.!'.-Clerk i..to, conduct' I said "Ballot for special election for the Issuance ,}

., say that Miami has ur.h.', This;rock Is r. peculiar: coral.formation j S100. Each to b<| paid for In cash I election., ( ', ,. ''" j of bonds held In the City of '

perfect winter climate la, the .United containing a: great deal of plant food. provided, however, that shares of stock The offlcera to "be. rot d- fortress' Miami Florida. October % th, A.D. 'J

I .f THEJHastoille States. Cold Is 'almost unknown, even is evidenced I by,.the fact, that In"' manrplacesorange may be engaged by] Ita members for: follows: |j' ,c : II

the slightest, frost being very rare. and other fruit trees are purchase ana future'\1.Wue and" delivery, A Mar.or.; to serve' one year: ., For bonds 'In the sum of Twenty;

"l t toa1i'iIle : I The warmth : of. summer Is tempered to"be sera bearing thriftily thoughapparently by regular: deposits thereon. Three Aldermen or members'o1 the thousand! ($20,000) dollars! for city ball.

Railroad I by the cooling breezes from 'the ;AtlaDUe standing, .on a solid plate Article 7. The extent of liability shall City,. Council leach to-lene two je rs.' Against bonds In the sum of twenty

the highest temperature of, this I ,rock. Being ,of a porous orehoneycombd cot exceed the amount of capital paid A City 'Clerk, and Assessor, to serve thousand ($20,000) dollars for city ball
ttn.. ; and : '
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Otter..unexcel I>ed'pstrnlte government'therman-' structure the roots ,of ;In. or money received d or collected by cm e year. +i 1 H;\', 'c j- ALSO ,
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Pullman recorded by the ,
Modern trillf Scurrying eMchriflIlnlo free iecities.- eter during the summer months Is 9$. i. the trees ,are enabled to penetrate It : th'company.i I I': -f A Marshal and. Tax: Collector to serve For bonds In the sum of tea' thousand

sleepers, ornate cks\ ni dl are HEALTH.The .. and draw ample sustenance from whatwotitd Witness- my hand'and. seal this 15tb for: onp year.J j ( .ooo) dollars for paring I

'#- chain north ,and.sh, i;th ro nj* city ranks among tie ftl1't.lo appear to be to very unpromising day."of September_ lj 04 R Qty: Treswrer* : to serve for one streets..tl J. ,-
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.between 1 zrarervi .r''in 4he8o tine: Halted States In 'plnt.of health; : onrce.1: ; This, rock by the way,. (Seal,. )' FRED F., BRIGGS, ""Ir., 'Against bonds la the sum of tea
conducted
tlDfJIIS I" saici far '
'Th.sth. r I I There is entire freedomtrom'ralarta, makes: a beat'tlful'and durable building President Miami Mortgage and Guarantee election win be' as (n .ooo) dollars,,for paring. '
same .
:M j' Tbrotttfi l<*ets Tim there "preralU&S diseases". material, the new court house an practicable In the manner MIs [ ,
AU A enta, :and are no; Company. -j by law for general thousaJ ,
I provided conducting
ail several residences ALSO
i common to and as I"
aid
VLuie ailments which are ?
/ : 19M.:
Portland,,Maine, fSeptj: 15. State and County elections.In .
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c L.&ON.. all parts of the, country seem to be In the : : built'of this stone, are I nds In the sum of three thousand -
Freda I bare hereunto
t appeared witness
admired all visitors.. It also Before me personally Whereof. Ota dollars for fire apparatus.:
!sJeeaag Car hece robbed In part. of their power, as much by ($ )
For jutes. Schedules. they usually appear' In a mild form makes the finest road material la the ; Brlgpi_; tom! ,veil i|known as the affixed, myn.nie'and, caused," the City, Against bonds.In the sum of 1 three' !J:
the
Ra.erratiota,,Apply of M'ltrai' Mortgage and Clerk to attach the Seal of City of $3.000) dollars fire
and rarely leave the bad effects which world, and pad county leads \fl others President the thousand ( for ,apoa- iratul.
,_ -f < + Miami hereto] this 20th day of September. -
letnirt la the State la mileage and condition Guarantee: Company j who acknowledges .. 1 '
J. M. follow !n ,the wake of like diseases ))4. "
1 A. 19<
ia.eisser t, elsewhere. Scarlet fever and diph- of her highways., (bat he siw-ed the above notice an.I return D. \ Notice, Is hereby given that oa Sep- 1
tlpp]ia IIIW"Ba'JI.t"" The for the raid for the uses ', JOHN SEW ELL. the Council of. 1
comppnr City
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: % theria are unknown, while ,typhoid fruits cultivated are chieflygrapefruit. ,. I ., tfmbl""Sth..I9M. ,
; Attest: I Jlaor.
Is ,desirable .] oranges, and pineapples 1 'Dd purposes therein expressed.; Miami. florid. at the regular .eeam n
fever la rarely heard of. It a : '. I K R. KELI'.UJI.
r Kidney Care place' for those' suffering from Guavas, mangoes,',arocado petra and (Seal ,.ALBEtt'r M AUSTIN, "" r thereof, authorized the special election -'\
): ty a"k. x
"oley's. '. slated this notice sad
and limes are largely produced-but being:i Public. of bonds as In
troubles. asthma, catarrh I I. Notary
erta/r.e HJ::- ....'& Her tabb Jung diseases.'which are prrralent Indigenous io the country1, they thirty I .. by resolution authorized.the undersigned ;(?'
:; ; I 1 Citros' 1'1" 1'lrl'I"'I"' 1'l committee to act la regard to the
wlth little or eultiration. s ,
In colder .climates. Many persona affected | ;;
t A LOVE LETTER. l To 111 Friths of Organized Labor.F of said election and that the ,
: WatajPlta .with these nto bar come here trees require from .three to five year* -t 1 railing is

ta i; ECZEMA,' and ban been.cured 'or greatly bene- after planting to produce fruit Ptn.- ( We F llyrequest that I object of said election Is to determine .
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Would not Interest if, you're whetheror! the .said city If Miami.FlortdiAsba11 .
t"-. pBOLUTELY.CU RID.HERMIT' nttedi Of course, this to not the ease pplra,;which! grow on a plant somewhat ;you I upon .D ring &a1 store tomake's or not -
1 for'a guaranteed calve for Issue bonds la the sums 1-
: In every Instance. People die here, as resembling the cactus and which looking ipnrehase you kindly "
;. SALVE, i sores, burns ,or piles. Otto'Dodd; of I I and for p. purposes herein named..
..' they do ererywhere else.. No countryhas are propagated if s 'I..C :II1't".O., i suckers bear trait la II months after : Ponder Mo:: wrltealwI differed with : '- .' J. 8 Frederick.,Chau A
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... L t -& T.-Na1as. yet been discovered where"people Union ,Card.s >
..loFaJI ow l.w1 -.-.,is,.,.. death D'th a section are an ugly sore for a year; but a box ofBucklen's I J, E. Lammas J;
art Immune from' and duets planting.: they WCAL m. t if
't At the mama Ome It may;be'truthfully grown la the open, there being ao necessity Arnica Salve cured me;' It's! Retail( clerk!, International I It !: ,J. .F.W. Hah. r

: yd.FE.PCIDE. salt that the BTti4ltlim reading for j protection from cold and! 'the best salve on earth.;' Ut. ..t.lI drug t Pro eetiv AIIIIoclatloD.'Miami j Members! of council eoasUtntlag: a.-Si' ''f

to ceneral. healthfulneaa are M.favorable- then la thus % wIng of about $XX>. store.. .L..p.s'i'.ir 'l t.'i'' !E tort d committea, ..JA
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GAD: BRYAN CtRE. 'RE't i CHAT WILL..cAusft INSANITY.. mmmmmmcr }
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t.... Gins Himself up r-J to Barkcni: in Author.E D rink Use of Drags Mad Rate for' i Who is Your ""I --
Gain-Dollar Worship. 'Nuaaliy' ;; J
!;: ties for Gsinbilni.IA The t 1'- : :

t ( 'The fallowing Item inee'Iq'a man A Chicago, special to. the New. York I I E CANDY' DruggmtlBiscayne '

If 1 ,ell known all along] the .' last Coast World sara: ; :: ,SChool Shp'es. 1.
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,,.<.r appeared in yesten 1 ay's' Savannai. Here are the causes which Dr. James i Is Pure. : .. I .. : ..
"I News: -1' I :. )'.; Lynch says will make all civilized i ; : What a'nightmare' these tWO'worda are

Gad D.Bryan; Jr., ci nvicted of gambling men insane in 700 years: -, : VV to many arenb-and... why-parents

J: r and sentenced to serve three Drinlh the nqe of drugs, the mad/race V kno""i t .

if. months In Jail and pay a fit e of"$1,000i for'gan,,the worship of the dollar the Diua All of our Drugs =...5 :I Le.O'. '.,. IS THb: ON fj ,WORD that
'/.<' "who ha for several month been a fugitive neglect of religion the constant over- E:: 1 1 Chemicals andpreparations .A dispellll the gloom from .
exertion"of physical endurance, mental "Scboo Shoe" '
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"I jreturted to Savannab
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tJ ,early yesterday afUrnoXsurrendered gluttony, the lost art of the total relaxation I I z C'O' tretth; I ----- --_.--_ ,
f: to the autljoriUei and was of mind and body, the high nervous ::: bas the .; 5P'ur': methods == "e
rV placed in Jail tobegiif! 'serving his sen- tension of life'and the present == SOLE, .' : J.I are] commended == BUJ a Pair of Lenox Shoes..

Ic. tence. |" 1 J condition of woman' as wage earner.. ,. :::: .J by !jail reputable-' _:::::: for your boy and a pair CJf 1''ENOX Shoes
iBriu bad wired! Chief Deputy Sheriff and mother. ,,:, :-:: i AGENCY J. C.'IAbernethg. physicians.7t1uLuei111uuui :_= for your girl and bend them along tf -

I"t ;' T. 1..SWe Df dnring tht morning "The society woman and''Uie.wOrkl. g school and quit WOrrying" It will be all '
thtjhe would arrive!,on.thn Seaboard I woman both live a strenuous life of l111111 11111111 l111111111111'111111\l1tl11111111111JJ\ right, and they'll be all ghf-the cbil of;

j:!.". train, ;which is due 4i:| 2:10: p. m., and constant exhaustion. The gay life of dren too-and" e\"erythio. (.f -course-
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Wo' requested him'' o nu#t thi train.< Iof pleasure of the one woman sac the Ann.ouncexn.ent.: i
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that he could aurre cier. )ryan had drudgery'of the other are continuously 1t = : LENOX t
f also wired '*ome of 'blai: ends, .and decreasing their nervous strengths* and THE \ AMI' CONSEnY ATOR ./OF MUSIC ANNOUNCES THE ENGAGEMENT T

a there .were a .bait dozen'T .or more .ol energy, and when brain-tagged and ofr MRS. LH.VA u_ GARY; ,OF DETROIT-MICH., AS DIRECTOR :
) 'they OF THE SCHOOL OP EXPRESSION 'lAND PHYSICAL IJLTURE. HER H.
1 Sin;;: .them at the train' id I mEet him. tie p yelca1IY exhausted! they marry, ( C. Stanford & Co.t
f appeared in best of humors i nd seemed become mothers ofr physical stravel- LONG E. EXPERIENCR" A TEACHER' EMINENTLY FITS HER FOR THE. .

determined. to.maka t tie},' ties of an unpleasant = ings who develop into men and'women i WORK j' OppoSite Express Oflice ,
J!'- affair. unfit for the burdens of life, who, )n MRS. CARY WILL BE PLEASED iTO, EET :THOSE WUOl'ARE, INTER _
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if .Tea. I am /*ck."."he I'sal '. I havealways their turn live in the manner of their ESTED IN THIS DEPARTMENT. |}jAIo'D XPLAIN,HEn,)IJTHODS. n
]I parents weaker and even less able to CALL NOR ADDRESS I j .
lnten. jed to teturn and abide I
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by the sent oe of e co rLII, [ had stand the nervous tension of work and 2251.*! Stre.1L. FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH, D'reieor.

some business 'matter ;. tha wanted. dissipation. These people are. often .. ._ .. .. ..
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; to atend to: befort gin: to Jail' and predisposed to Insanity and nervous -<,. -. ; V J : I Ij -- I I1. _

then I wanted to. wall, until the very diseases" ; while 'often ,the result: I.. dp- I I.
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,I L' hot weather'L'wcs over., I never Intended generaqon and Imbecility women =j::1 j Watches Fit' for a k'lng i ;\. I ,' ,, .
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; to.I let my bondsmen ose by my "When men make it possible I '- r I .
absence." ,+ j I Iilia toVeturn, their proper: place Qflame :- '

: landsmen wiUikow 'Ae relieved and motherhood-- and they)! can L II" l If you: wedr :.:watches you will; ahyays: FIi',: h son House

1.; of all liability'as httjhas sirrendered. pease their pitiful struggle[ for gslstence ; be time.l ,! '
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fudginea 'was ta ien on the leaving the obtaining of a laveli-I .t \.
fr tent' bond was?' entreated at the hood- tp'the wen of family- -then the newilooation-$
NOne Newly Furnished In
Rates $J,6Q!
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Jut court end final judgment j conditions! that..,produce insanity "w!111 r of the best time-p1 eves made and i SPECIAL' "BY WEEK. !J3 14th St., Miami. Florida, .-4

r was to have been .taken this term, 'dlmlnl h. 4 \ J $<
.which'began this week., The final!Judg,;[4 .Am nc the (foreign laborers'' bad 1 I ..1rg 1 { our price forj st is V u J -- -

I" ,- 'meat It ia said, !Could'. bate been taken i r rwhiskeyr I ,and beer .cause more insanity r- r

.' 1 Monday,the' opening"! flay of ranrtlBryan ttan does &tpy thing ell(. -The reason jls V $150. I' "

stopped-for k'' whll i to shake; that the driiik 'doctored' with cocolusindicus ., r.
:S.w hands with the. frienbsry! wh( had gone ,'or 'flsn terry.' that is used 48 1 1:

Z 'to 'the station to met lUm and then by the Chinese": in catching | I + ..J3urnedOut.f; :
Watch 1
..f lie and Deputy [sheriff] Sw >eny went: 'In ether words drugs and. whiskey ? .1( Every: Guaranteed: I'r II '

Into the Union Station ''refit lurant1 for combined are a good combination upon ___ __ __ ;'. -
frW fcfr :dinner before going to jalL The train: which to build a lunatic." 'I .. of we will continue, in '

:. "was twenty minutes lute en the deputy "It is safe to' estimate,", .said Dr.: Ladies' IS-size nickle, open-cace" 1$5:00: DWARf&
'*,/,_ :;sheriff had'not, dined, before going Oscar A: King "that 70 per cent'of 1 the Ladies silver, open case ,";' 'f 5.00'. "A
Ladies 6-size gold .filled hunting case 110.00, FURNITUREBUS.INSS.
to the station so both! prlsoi er and of- present-Insanity is from predisposition.That '
16-size gold"filled ;- }ilS.OO _
-r '"JJcer had dinner together; from 3U to 80 per cent. is due to I '
0-Bize gold filled ',oj '- :- Il5.<)0 .
One friend nnthoogntfnlly remarked, inheritance } artificial i I The if re: tent bargain ever. offered. One 1 1-16 ct, blue white diamond! r
:: M be left,,"Wef. .Will see yon again "People in cities live lifeand for only $165.00.:' .\nh t" ..: V'V .
-before you get away.j But ] ryan only violate most of nature's laws. |Xperton1. .'
'? laughed and said to Come a ly Urns u who feels himself going' to' ::a: 'T. ,.- ':aAT.E: ., at 4217 Avenue D (Sarthside Bl'k

her would always be fa. :.: pieces'from nerres should first get)a I _. _-_ -- ,
.I .BtJ&a.,1a .very nicely fljed in'his firm grip on himself. Eat regularly water* Is r.dil .* and ,tBewhble l is put beans, boll' them- j[Iwitt -molasses and; -1

1I' -+ ;'quarter*In jaiL rHe had a c mfortable go to bed,early, work. as regularly as, away In a]jug or large bottle.: I I know not what other Ingredients, bake I .J As Temporary' ,arters.rT I Iis

bed sent down and has pro ded himself possible, take long walks but not too When the bath b drawn It U made them and then-whit do you suppose i

with plenty of reading natter.1 He long drive in the country If possible milky w1 mad( a'teaspoon of tincture' of they then'do with the'beans $'pr. W. WATSON!t -
t"\- Is'in the hospital 'taom on the\thlrd get';plenty of fresh air and play I cOifOM benzoin, then> cup of this bath "They"_. j ,

f root,which is more oomfoi table than. day In' the ,week at least: i And perfume is"added.' This* mates ".deli-, "They: eat"'em, jsirir interrupted the i .: t

''if' the other Quarters. He is inder sentssMs when, he feels that he has done enough, clone bath first southerner ,mpreselvety "Blessme + ;
,:"' -. ) mot only to nerve,. the' three stop-, no'matter,what happens jstop.ytnd.when ..The' tired-out woman rhould'take' sir. they. .eat 'em" .. f' .'1''t' .1 '

.months In Jail, but also to t ay a $1,000 he eels the best he should bath'that rerreflhes the nerves. Then 11 ... -., -.-- -- -
t 'C 'fine. In the event Utin; a. not paid be,most careful', for,that is the time.heIs ia a 1I'boie'lOt 'in' nerve refreshment: Another' 'little I I custom of Senator -,1'U I r .

ir. :he Is to serve twelve I ,mon hs,onKhbebainpng "apt to' overdo.: ". 1 n'i. think'you' can i rest while: your I Hoar's'was haTln one of his Judiciary.Committee i .

Instead., jher! li no doubt I j, nerves are unstrung.-;. I cterks1from his native townof : : ; : ;

-r C :however, about the fine being paid. BIDS FOR STREET GRADING ;SAND Con.-ord. 'Da*i|.. although his own #- I

Bryan was .questioned, in regard to .' PAVING. : 'STORIES .OF SENATOR HOAR. home was In Worcester r To his Con-' '
.t' "the persistent rumors threlated e were elf- I. r ,-' '. .} cord clerl 'he 'was almost as much a Ol'ver- Typewriter tx .ij
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here- from time to time, thi.t. 'Bids'will; be receive until the 15th .Frlsble' father as a superior.- is told of him ,1- : .
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In.the;jsenat* Hoar, as.hewas 1 ; ;. !
t .lie {was or!:had ,Jin thi city.' He !of October.'1904,, by'Uw undersigned, knoyn throughout the Bay Stated; In. Washington. ..that. ''when some newspaper .Becau- It.is superior to .all. others." ." t,. ..!f j.': ..
time he left ,,when'' theatre We 10 re selling' them.too ,, because ''' ._
siays from the ere for tbe poadlnc and paring'of, seldom employed -Ms, masterful asked for ft photograph Senator ." ,: .
} c- the j Suprem. Court,nrned 'down his I ta of West Palm Beach.Fla. a'e- New Ycrk'Tribune.-sarcasm His Hoar said to William Garland, a former 'our pr ce and terms are easyl. 1C you "'- <."..Z.V.:: :;;j,.
application for a' trial until' specifications Ea)1.th !'- ,want t good machine. let iis tell :(t :i
ne,j 1e&- ;cording to J plans' MI! own pha e. -ne: 'o\"c/'Etu1d01linlt Senate Concord clerk! now. United States: .you ; ,
terday, be has not b *n in..S ivaonah, : t!which can be seen at my omce.t; t 1 1j than with him. ,District Attorney: .' 'about he '"" }
was! piore a phrase
"""P steely not," an'f.h.' ... 'hen asked j \The amount to be expended will not ;;On th.U"-ery' point he wrote in his "Garland, you lift go over and s't .. .'.,." 1 : ri IOLIyER.

'g.fc If he had :been, wJjhere; at alt "I [be, laps than $9, QI.III; paving to i"e;_TBiograpBy: of Seventy: ; Years" the' ;for that/'picture. Then by way of : ,[I .;

i : saw..something In ue .pa >ers about I[either.shell,. eoquina. rock or Miami.; lowing amcdote: fOlf''I )j eXPI lt t' n. he a dedj "You see, Garland .t. S ;

some'one having bsen ,MV >n for. me, rock; 'as the city may'dertde.- The' city t!' "In they IPrini-of 1869. when I first Is" J.etter.,1 looking,than I, BO when i i. w :. .

and about the rumors (to'thi effect that rres "ea the right; to reject any and all !3!took iny lirat In Congress: General 1 Butter any one asks for my picture I have 'j' I.

IJtad I'f'tu'rned'l! but k ij hadn't.. ,I have bids.1' .. I j was li 4 the House. He was perhaps! blm'.sit- Then n '...chief clerk Goal : :, V'1 mechi{e shop has :been added to ,:
been In Tampa ever >1 nee I, left here.'r" ."! BPOTTER.:' I Ian : win, la a 'betterpeople penman, and when .'. -' our large tablihment to satisfy the .
f" !" I widely! known to the country as an} '
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I Chairman ,of Street and Sanitary man,in I! except President Grant fle write for ny autograph I have ;:: .. ...,- : i.1; demand' fo a first class repair shop
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fci The Ladle Afternoon Club which Committee.. City of. West.Palm I used to get up some scene of quarrel ovbuSooner him answer.;, Then Doherty my doorkeeper -' '"-" ..t"1 J j' 1 i for AUTOifOBILES and GAS ENtJINES :--
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.decided to give arc e tert went.; .the Beach. Fla., "' I I I I.neatly V morning sus 1 hes.a better and readier talker .: :1, and that department is in

4:: proceeds to go ,to thi, belle: t of those'ho'suffered 4 October 1st. "W04% i slon., 'Hsi name was every found every'day.- I than I. so I always refer interviewers :T i f .charge of.skilled machinists. .We are

; in the fire taily.Monday \ in the headlines of the newspapers.; I to him; hell talk'o f them. .: : at,your.service, -
morning, have postponed th > date from "fiRED MUSCLES. i ,
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: j jDon't said to General Banks one. day tonight to that of oe weec hence as FRAGILE BtJT EXQUISITE FLOWER "
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2vt more'um.'I"n i and forget tl at. It' h the muscles adjournment: i. .
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that get tired. 'Massage them lightly, I -. -non'i you,think It III -quite.likely ri. B.- Marmot! -Watson.discussing : 1-
get In condition for| the performancewhich
i- and[ but fully, and remember that the treat=: that ha will be the next President V "The Amencan Woolen! ." in the Nine- j
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will be attractive Interesting t
ment must be light and not 'at all the!j United.States?' teenth' Century, xpre...." a fear that LOFTONEIN' '
,Mrs. Guild-Smith la aoslstin f the ladles 1G,
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\ of! the fatiguing The patent! is tredto_ begjn "i'Never' said General Banks in his while she Is exceeding strenuous In '. .
ila the preparation pi gram.TbeNew *
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<;; .t with: and the'1' massage should be somewhat gram'ilw''ieiit fashion. i' work of every .sort as well as in the Successors to'.Lofton 4 Johnson. Opposite fiami. ,>-f.

1!Ii _. York-WsNd (Im.) says: Invigorating,rattier than depressing, "l-Whyl',said :;:;li:4m;'t'you"see the papers I I pursuit of pleasure, 'she Is losing her I H .' I IV I''IIOfflce.I Flm.. .>..

"; While the fears and dUtAist'of cer-' Medicated baths are understood all ,over the, country1are full.jof! fondness for.pleaaure: .;tor home' life .1

"J.of; tale ."high'.financiers'I I which i 'led them throughout Europe, but 'are rare him every morning! People eeem ,!Ito audio. becoming fold of heart, On the : \
enough In thllCO Dtry: The mud bath be reading about nobody else. Whenever other hand, she_ pays her subject;_anyeomptlments LGotYCJNIrERSlit
I t. op Ole;>>r:: Roosevelt's nomination : .
Jn particular 'almost unknown here.. he toes the crowds throng after(I \. : "T>je gradual deulfatlonof :
Senator Hanra lived have bees '
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1i V thousandsot'eonservatlve !Yet It Is not so dlfflnilt to give mud I him. -Nobody gets rich .applause,not j her (the American 1I'oman)4J1ature)

,;;.< quieted, the apprehension!! cltifciens.! o'i roused by .bath or.a medical bath. i: I.even Gras' himself.' J !must,eventually Leave IU' outward Impress Stthool- [ Of FloridaFitstrClassProvision. -
:V* impulsive handful of lI..tet I'-erls throninto "1'Mr. I Hoar,*'"said General Banks, on the American woman. because .
his bellicose ntterannes and I
?' the bath will help the red nerves, when I ame down to the Home thismorning I of the great law of r-related variation.
exists. Mr. I osevelt is
actions, still ]f ,
eretofore and'aJItle bath vinegar Is'almost necessary. ,! here was; i fight between twp I But so far the risible! signs and
t' this year even morejthan 1 a ; There are" ammonia preparations i monkeysvoii" Pennsylvania! ayen .1 I tokens>are" few; her physical excel- :
.weak'candidate in his o n St te> ,
: that are excellent, and you can i I There :wi a'an enormous! crowd sbou -I lep es'are mark id, and In some ways \ FOR.Lx. .

*V'HO E> JOY SMOKE. make the best of cologne baths wiry I Ing, laU hlng! and cheering., The 'superior to those/ of her European sla- B'if_ ._ 4
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cheaply.. would have paid little attention, to I ) conditions have been con- I no iMV Aaerrlaaaw.m. ; ..... .
The Czarina of Rntala a: okea cmar- I' you LldtrlCIC ills ;: iaily E. "Ipp004. :{
j'- ettes :nowj; aDd jthea, |and r deskare One woman gathers, sweet herbs andcovers 1 or me.;, But when'they come to elect: .1 hare evolved along with tbetefet'ts' Ok's' .
: { )11 'n AJalr F"u"o! .i wit .J ,:
\h .always a eounl ,of gold eusgraved them with'c'hjte: ,vinegar. This President of'the I'nlted. States;,.they, i f'bloodll\} nsiilar grace of : ticYolary7.pedaliwts! (
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: cigarette a silver ashtray she pours off after a while.and straining wont take either monkey. }j- 1 flesh and eharni'f e. The Bower Is ..

or' and' a malachite) "n. tch holder.: the vinegar! ', she keeps it tq add!' to'i This story'recalls the sterner utter: Trrslle. but It Is i.exqurlectrlc sltl'/ Under' theInfluences \19RAL t o..r'2rloUot"""*.ofnoudcaitea.6ip s."d _\,.. ._ :':

Ii'1's The 'Queen of) Italy\! said m smokes. the bath; j, '!ance'of jRockwood Hoar .who when :- of that climate and 1.'at _

I- but the% motheij of the; XS g of Spain There is mother woman who makes asked ,if Jhe Was going to attend Bug-:1'.n! those.,free( I mgt noes, the Amen' Ii Wrtj t T e I.heweat. l.b pry.f4iiSmIthVS : >,

: consumes a large, number >f Egyptian an .excellent rose vinegar for the toilet : ler's funeral repliel: :'j J :-I r can woman DM ittalned an ethereall ,

i cigarettes,'ever dajrL' The ex-Queen She takes .twhandfuls of preparedand "No.: am not gong: but I approve I rjt'on; of structure, aid a bodily symmetry 'I. :

Natalie of Servfa owns a n agntficently spc4Jgtee! leavcJ.out. of the rose"!"of it.r Ij! '1 1f ; which are almost unrivalled .

jewelled smoking oitfit, ind ,Is Very l jar aBd ps theme In ,a deep' stone :f ,""' freest t&I which I compare' .,many canes J Bargain .
vv j-anlal to the habit crock Into this she pocrs one'quart .Senator Hoar,used.to tell with t. <>t favoinoly-wUh, types '
-" : { Ronmaqla-Carmen. 'of the best"of claret vinegar:. gusto of i conversation that took, plcebetween t I The Veriiis of MUo i Ie in Amencs.l1I'hch Real Estate
Queen -dot ; .
., :'jBylvasUsoT Tbf owna'af'1arJe' nnmber'ot I -She,lets this;stand ..for"three' days I[ j;two southerners, the.first, of i iI !. has,evolved I .a Iin \ and : "

';t gold and allverjclgarWte cijses; but she pours off strains. and bottles. .Nothing I ,I whom bid but lately returned from',a!I I dIetnctive'! A enus ,of. own Beauty 8opk.St rcl Investments ,-
'-does'not Ilk the aroma of obacco. The could be finer for the bath.- J I rlp'thrJllgh New, ;.England. Said, the I If Is rotore.. but i anY i diverse But .

-, .,Queen of Portugal, on the other band. Very, ,weak ammonia scented with f first maq from Dixie-to his friend v It is hardly so much her superiority 1 Ikl Aiisw tit+fhahk iteLrss

i ,lsi*se;ardent lover M the weed. She colognes. good. And. there is a pre,..,i ""You tnow,those J1 tleiwh1te, round ,physical has attracted so .
," > 'ct-Med l in the South.the of ,beansrj many cl1arm'tat t American
4 prefers a special bread of German. ration batnj : le women .JENN'lk-- "
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V.PARRISH. CsfecthaCkunau.
'tacoo.:which is sent Ho her at Intervals the aristocracy. 4 1 -yea;*! replied tho fr'ierd.."the .kind,; as Intellectual equipment Typewriter. ftiH otutce 4 Urn : ..
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r-frota Dresden per other. the. It. is made,by ttklnj a pint of pits: we feed to our horsear ,-' and her enUrsxl sense of com Rp.rti..,D.p.. loos..Mailto 4work. ESiARtVCo.rt : }.
'Otmntess of Vails,-occasionally IndulgesJaV of cologce'and adding to'it 4 ten drops :I"" "The Very same. WelL do you akuow.Asir .,panionship., Shii I Is. above ail,.adaptable -I .. cb..I. Skorthaad.. OAcr _

: ; .Havana cijarftte{ or4dta" wo.1, -Phllrt1L of good ammonia. This Is* tightly .' that la Boston'the enlightened cit\ -, ; ",and fits into lier place* deftly, ,>>'4T. Utli Straw., 0'" ., J2t 1.2 iam1 Sbt. I "::
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,.. SRhtL bottle of violet toiJM take' those little; white/round and with difadenoe."t mra ) to n.-OO sad X:M to '.w.. 'J "
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'J .13OO Avenue D: j i : Auditorium' Friday Even October 7 :

,, =, .t : _Street. ,Phoae25l: i.I i. g, ,.
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'h. 114& r .Mr., Samuel-Kelly, will ,leaves for!I, The fishIn smack Sweetheart, or the "' :Commodore Mrs .. a). 'Hughes f- I -

:: DAilY MJAMI1METROP' LIS. Spring Hill College,' Mobile AlL,:to- A]Clark fleet came In, this returned this morning from a' trip of .

: morrow morning. r- \ EIlYalne.wide a catch of several thou several days up the' coast ,as far as MISS INGRAM"TTeacj c '

M THL'RBDAT. 'TOBER 6. 1901.i fto.J.l lot :Spanish )mackerel andf Ormond and Daytona In their trim little ''I i ''
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"J Miss E3c Welch 2s home again the yacht Clara and are again berthedat ,
: {net and i dlllcharging.at at coniany' -
I. er of Orator and in PublicScho
"' MAIL a pleasant outing of a month or more |I dock, oot pCAnrlue, D.. the Royal Palm dock. The Commodore hysical.Fu1ture t.he.
SCHEDULE I Ii' spent at St. Louis and other Western l f reports had a pleasant >]ls, will!] give a recital], assisted by the Bisca'yneOrch
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Arrive from the Northi cities. Contractor Hahn has commehcel trip and h&1'ID1'luck with rod and I Mr. Conklin' 1 '
I stra and ,
: m.1as what, will b a modern and ttractlveIt..osto17 gun. l :
P. al I Among those recently arriving InManii reslderlce for Capt. James
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.; CIon for.the NOI'thf- i I to make their permanent homeare Lowe on hi lot corner of Avenue C !I 'The.regular drill md Inspection of For, he Benefit of the Public School.

i 5lsa.m. Mr. and Mra. T. B. }:ltzer. proml-J Nlntht s reek The ,foul d tlon, 19I i the Miami:Rides wllt, .be .held tonight -- ---- -- ;!;:. ,
: 1:11 p. m. went people of Washington, D. C.V.G. now prcaticMiy down. ,.Md all members 0.1 'requested to be I '
I present The company will also further : Read wh; t prominent people say who have"heard: her:
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'. -. ." 1- the'best j consider the proposition: to attend -
Tiptop fertil'zer on I !
Messrs. & Harris, contractors
Monro
: : A drama ic gt'nll1ih" has cleared every field of style-*qua'ly brllllaet in *{
: ,1 earth the* Brossaer residence on l the' Jacksonville Carnival the latter t
"i erecting : Tragedy and Comely: 'I I JULIA B. REED,
O t-t-s-tf Drake Produce Cat! 'Ninth I between Avenues C and part of the month and Will try and '
TOWN street i Teacher.6f Expreeslcn, Rollins College.,
'IFS"'I
[ ''I'If. B, have the house, Inclosed and painters devise ways and to raise finances
Miss Faith Farris accomplished lor the same. meltr The best 1 student in Oratory the College, has ever sent forth..
be
are now at work on it. It will ready '
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off and Mrs W.W.] Farisi; CHAS c. COX.
for ewe of Dr.
an
olr
11I1a has been dy i daughter for inside the next month. -, -- I -,
t;-: .",, leciym4e and live etaIn..; : arrived home last night f m'conegeIn occupaner l A woman's shirt waist. is one of the : i >res. outhern Female College.

Illinois, this being! .I. er first'visit. Mr; R. E. Ball I will accept a position hardest things In the laundry to handle She Is as fine as'anyproft'l'sIOnal'O, M hom.It as been' my privilege to listen '

For anything In I the LlaW! line go here In three jean: '" next 'week M an assistant in the office ,-,'and for this reason [shirt waists are I I ... JAS. G. CAMP.'
.
'to Bulb Af Salford PlanJ Co.1 '!made a specialty here. Extra care is Lecturer.
r' oi the : Mr. Halls
t ,Mrs. W. H, McDonald who has been BS'are: Abntract.Cp. I :
an expert accountant and office clerk; used In the wash'.n-t'110' to tear; the An;mlle'lscJD\t| r of exceptional. :;.gifts. Her recitals give! pleasure to the
the North; '
the (n
summer
Yaw to bear M 4s In m to- spending and the and cultdred and critical audiences. '
Do Slot and will. be i ti great aifinance to Mr. dainty trimming < starching most "

.morrow nlgnt at the: ail itorlWANTEDPeary and In who Norfolk more recently'Va., fs has expected been home visit Fay, the general n.anagttof the concern Ironing is carefully (Nona by expert I I : WM.'REYNOLDS.Pres. .

j ing :! hand laundresses. ITave no fear about Georgia Military' oJee.Reserve .
: seed j jl n & the first part of next_week."; j j I'I I,sending your finest waists ,to S. B. Ault- i I ..

,}lye. -'' I A Hutchinson Automobile Swing far I i 1 1sale. Sunday Captain :Enoch Ross. man's steam"laundry| I., 1' at the Biscayne: Dr g Company .3 j, cents

of the yachtNext Jupiter will entertain a rat admission: : cents.
You will ave money 'bud Dg gar- .- Call at the Metropolis office and ; pen 25
} .. '' ij | party ot friends with a'trip to Soldier Mr. George Curry and wife Mrs. .
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of iinghe8 taIra. cb. see it |
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Key Where a/fish; dinner:, ;will be served. Dexter 'Dorgan, llirs Bessie- Sprague ;
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j 'hOHe.'wiio compose the party are, and maid prominent of
people
Key
for
D. F. Moody wu leave a fewday's Ground was broken yesterday! HOEFER BREADHOEFERS
: for Ylal to relativ; 'ti an friends erection of the now brick business W. H.: MCDoltld. C. II. Bradley, F. W. West ,who have been spending the. ,,

;f Bartow.a I block to be'knelt by )lr: James Hayeson lahn": Joe' -naker.) Captain 'W., H.-Mc- summer In the moun'a4ns'of New York .

',.). at Twelfth street betweenAvenues; ''C ntyre and rf. O. Houston. '.1. and at the' relOrtl of that State, are ;' '
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; lens I % in the city the guests of Mr and Mrs. -As '
; your
Eo Decker, oi' me N; and; .D. --i i I
;:.' 'Y")lr. '8." .of' the ;liter I adds tons' tor :11esa; s A,past chief engineer' of Chas.; H Garthslde,!,where! they 'willremain .neigh t r ,about; :i READ

= -Twenty-five cents to the.Bnrch bathing ';: the Florida Coast Hotel system. until Sunda, when' they will
'. ..".J! manent' resldtnta.1 : ; grounds-onSun4'Iy, and'Thursday accompanied jby Fred F. Bahnsonchiefelectrician return to their City hame: on the ,HOEFER'S' Never soups or 5

p.; The Woman'l Home Yluio Society afternoons -, I \ ? ;ff'' and,machinist of.the.samecompany steamer Martinique..|, .BREAD -:, dries'.out. .
t 'eettng ? .. of the 11. E. Church Southls r. r '_ S =
ire the from Palm Bach, and will remain here o Cents o
this afternoon at the ehurth.YlrgintaCaolina : Bids wanted for paving "- Conservative trw k ri. state that the "
streets of,West.Palm Beach.;; See the several,days. crop of' eggplants Mndj tomatoes this '
rr't' J The
elsewhere In this paper {j.take it. Try i it once.
.Ch m1cal Co'i. advertisement i, fall will. be..smaller in this section the > -
,' "special brands for soeCiai ero / ,Bids will Abe reeelved. I up to the15th The famous Windsor Hotel 'of Jacksonville coming'season than tin those heretofore I

t-t..tf 'Drake ?rod cO. In*.' Florida, will 're-open' on' the ,. while the croD Of; peppers'will be '
F FANNOVN
1 And the'BestI'
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StbTot this i loath.. The Windsor's reopening about the same, and beans greater than I Cakes are

I. ;-a. T. '\vlggtwtos .'who'his been The schooner; Arte!. Captain, from McNab Car-, ;' be hailed with delight by i>efor ,"-, At Silver ,''Palm and other .. I ,.
lumber .
f.. absent for:.' time.In } entaJcy.Mr ., settling rabelle engaged to'In this bringing port; for the Halcyon the traveling; public to say nothing I points_ in! .the,Homestead country the
8Itate.P. etnrnedfamily. of the immense number of tourists who advanced
I his mother's corps are all well and the first
home up last night anl Joined_hliTb Hall .Hotel, .Bailed: this morning for make this popular hostlery their Vegu- i fruitwill; be on ;the market In a few : >v3MmNZ'.
cargo.WANTEDA ,
that' port after, -J*another- -< ""* lar}stopping lace., ,. ., weeks.. 1 THE M AMI CONSERVATORY 'OF MUSIC JANNOLTx'CES THAT 5USA 1 1in
Dell, i .
; Hai
; British schoonerj f'
HANNA P EBE SHIPPEE OF BOSTON THE .NOTED SOPRANO AND
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thha afternoon 11 0') ;18 year old boy. '
:".. from Blmlnl. arrived In ptort wlio' Walter, C. DeGarmo,' the architect, I' The pleasure 1jnt" ,Oulatchouan, TEACHER OF SINGING. WILL CONDUCT ,THE VOCAL DEPARTMENT 7."'!
mostlycolored. *!::t* preferred, needs a food
4.. with-j several passengers I' bou.si"more than wages. Apply to Box has*been awarded the work of drawinghe i owned 'by CoL F.'B: MemlL of Mobile,, METHODS DAILY'PETWEEN 3 ADD i PMJAND: WILL BE PLEASED t
,< I plans for?the now Watson buildingand TO EXPLAIN HER METHODS. VOICES TESTED FREE.
j 77. Cocoanut Grove Fla. which 'arr\yed.ln"tlt/rt/ 1.iuesd.y from : .
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i!: George I.. Brannln J. E. is now busy crikinz sketches for New York,' sailed thU' .mornlng'on'her 225 Twrfflistmt. FRANKLIN COl MAN BUSH. Dirutu.I. '',
Messrs. 1
i same The : front 75 feet .
: bulldlngjwli,
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J. H. Hood ana :tax S| kin of .The frame work of the three new cruise to'the West Coast and home port I
Uddy. on Avenue D, and "run back 140 l on .." ,_ '.. '. "- --
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West Palm Beach are among the'vl*: houses being built for J. N,Lummu* by with Fred'Plnder: of Buc-na Vista, as :=i ; ;;"': : rMY "
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Thirteenth street, nuking_a 1'e1'J'n eh coast" j ,
Itors In the city to lay.: f Contractor Hahn:on Avenue'O, West pilot. This was Col. JolerrlU'1 -
is up'and the Btructu 'are beginning: larger building than. the one burned.. ,first 'visit Jo the Eut Coast, and the
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Anderson M. B. Crkig ;and to assume'proportions.. I nexttime he 'com** It ,will be ;In'a
Henry : The registration bola will close on .
Ja< rilbusbess larger and more: r mmodfous steam
i B. W. Harmon, well known Ii I Saturday same SPKC ALT) :
..and 'on the{ date will '
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toHay ot TOO tons burde-j which'he Is !
.UanJl. .art,fa the! city' orb Mr, and Jlrs:S. '1'. AMgglnto'n and expire the time for the'payment of poll yacht ;
and
1 having Built
I In New York
now,
: ; )- family have moved from their former axeS, for ,thp ,November election.! : ,If next -j
which will be for service
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meets In regular I residence'on Fourteenth street: to the here are any voters In the county who ready ..j.jt
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The city houSe near Church :Iwhlch
the Baptist '
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already theyshould
are '
Anight Busl- ,
;: semi-monthly nets of importance session Is tOjbe; tr insacted', 'I they occupied once before., 1 atten4'to, this. matter this week. On : J. A, 'DAli : 'j

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\ e'1a d.el .' i next Wednesday the" County,Commie ",
,1 and a full atendan' reques Talk: to yoitr neighbor! who has used stoners wll meet to revise the registration t 423. 1111 tl... Krr .

Mr Ed: '':I laid, of| Jac nitUe, v-c.'Tip' Top/efore" bu>Ing' "your fer :: 'list, eraclng tbirefrdiu the)tame I SthOQI" I. "j
tilizer.ttrtf ,. all'not appear
withthe Southern Express ; of entitled to. thereon. ,. l
Wed '
.lde.(bmpe.n. as messenget- at 4e-down 'rWi! Produce Co[, 11 II / J t '

,- on a'vlslt.| The Metropolis ia'in receipt of the I .' I j :
this morning ,
,". t" E. IeVelgh, ; trainmaster: ot e'l follow Ing: invitation i "Mr. and Mrs.1 BooksSCHOOL .ac12. "

The'steamer Martln'giie-sailed, this F. E.-CJ Ry.'wlth- headquarters in Bt j Isaac Newto|:Seward InVlte TOut be I "
'.- Augustine-who maken.frequent-trips present at the marrlige'of! their daughter -
Havana 1
morning for Key. Weal\.and ; E EAND -
,
aitd l twsengers. < hi'pas- up and down the road, is again! .In_ town Cor.ts'tller.,Ao Mr RichardeNuse -
:with, a, heavy'freight } evening.I. ,, ... e3Thfllldsoll Biyc1e.ls' j
i today. ) MaxWel\vednesday, -'
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.', 1 October: the'iiin).tecTith, nineteen' hundred SUPPLIES.Tabe _
and four, at six o'clockone hun- :
Lemon There are stir some unpaid subscriptions j
nt to ,
DilUs w r
ft :The schooner to finish pp< ischarg to the. baptist Btillding Fund, and. dred and thlirtyrfonr West Court street. : s; 1, 1I ,
Oty this morning I Built tor rRlde.l .
as the work Is' nearly completed, all, Urbana. Ohio.-- rAt home after Novem Composition Books, '
rtdWtrl Key .
: lag freight forth ] to { < I The ionals because it is
= 1 the money is needed, at once Please ber"fifteenth}' Miami Flft" Mr., Maxwell Pencil Boxes, .choice s

I/. West, and Intermediate,fO'n hand same to ,John >#ewel( or JJ.B.,! t la the 'bopula.- 'head salesman'In Peas Md Pencils 'the Best _wheel r \ :

.' riia property of E. 1..Brady e n'Fonr: Tatum, this week! I I'' *F;great;.T'pUdgeF hoeJ|'' of hardware friends. here store'who. and will has,' Slates, t 1905 model_ ,,$45.made r 1

teenth street is being pit for to the orouchif. sea- - add improved( I
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condition, complete fertilizers'are brat for, ;Jail, good wlshes'and a cordial welcome to Inks, Etc. ,
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101I" I, growing crops. Endorsed by the best Ml uil. They will, live* in'.the Hegan 1 Second" Hand IBooks! Takenin ;1 Doot:' Throw\ Away ti 'Y( DrOld Tires. ;
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: B.'HIn\.Iey farmers everywhere. : 1 1. cottage on Fourteenth street.i .' I 1 '
and Mrs O. it DanU.Mrs.. I I :
Mr. the day 1i Mia it.Hmkley t-t-s-tf- Drake Produce. Co.,: .- -- I Exchange. I We (can! vulcarize them an l make them :
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I' are spending- came down f"mf!SavannahThe : .--.......w.. .-..--.. *\ --v.. j jI I. ooI'a"new... \Ve arc.the nay. people -.
: Dr. and Mrs.R. H. Huddiestoe have THE Miami who vulcanize Tin! .
ago : %a *
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about a week ;: j BUS)NESS LOCALS *
... home ,
< moved Into their ftnej new ionAvenue I '" '. V I
RACKET STORE.
c.- near the Everglade Hotel; '

r- first eggplants been 'marketed rmm tl e and Cutler:the where they 'have 'one;ofthe'1arlest Go to Hughes It Co. for Garden,Seeds-I', :-Afe..eD..r W. II. CIIAILLE SOX ,The Hudson Giycle Co.

h -weather:uoa'have U reported ..pI4f1rild.or grow-- and' most comfortable '!private. residences :j i ;f,Exprera, Offlce f.. fniprietun.' 'I ,

floutdr2ilpand In the city. / \ Headquarters fancy groceries, fruit. 1-
Ing. All crops, are t. ."4e?,at Wilson Flye'a. 7 .Ft 1 '" 1005 Avenue D, Opp. UHendorft Block Miami, Flag ;
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[ Mr. Mr* O, O. Bribe: leave toeight : i!i I r But one paper aflioe was'flledfur, record ,i "recel\ed' ,- ,- Take the. 'Boat."T" 1.:: iocxoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooaYoungs'.. j ,] 3
York.where th y xjctpecfalist :i[in the clerk's ; I Circuit Court .tofiUay. Jnst Red. 'White Ber Big; _. j .
New .- -
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1 .It"was a &rrauty rt-* y Hngtes: : .
f- tat: hUe alr.- Company .., I r'
r.outa: '
remain
to ; :':Purcell to E /.h >t Pent for,$10, ,lot [ "

... 4tambo la being} treated "IJT a i iKa 15, block 36,' Piercif: .4IY sIOn, Lemon is your seirtn machine out of order?I k 'I

,, llf it the City.! / ..: ] Let W., 1. Dangbtf repair It He I The' CLYDE will make regular trips

l'" M!George Philips and I.quite E. f.; Black-: / .; .1 knows how. J 1005.Avenue.D. ,dally to the Beach J!leaving. the Stone Phiarmacyr 4 I If

.;. feKldeace: of Mr.: Mrs. I Peter A.. Stears. ahem'.of Blnghan I Dock at 2.00 p. m), landing: at the new .

a. man on Thirteenth .strcet.* sufferingfrom count, Idaho, left last night for thai MIAMI CONSERVATOR*' OF MU{ .1 ferry 'dock :Juct' north ot the jetties: '

the effect of overheatTh State' having in custody J. E. Davli SIC. FRANKLIN COLEMAN BUSH I where' every facillt Is I frrnished 1for

wbo'tie Is taking back for erabenln; DIRECTOR 225 TWELFTH good bathing, and the, Beach ling entirely i
k Ladles Aid Socii.tv';of the Baptfternoon- State funds., Mrs. Davis 8TBEETta1ONET cut off by,the training I wall from A complete and carefully elected stock. We bay onr'irngs in
!this ) .ccomll&nl1 !! treacherous from Norris', small quanties and often ao we can alwkyn' have them frr* and
tist Church .is meeting her husband on the trip. TO LOAN-Apply to Dad the current( the beneht ofth i
fur customerng-et are a IW1I11..01 ided
+ .at the residenceio1 Mrs. A. 9. Smith' ; I County Security Co., M.,:V." Brown"o !Cut Inlet there is none ot that undergo '" pre. 5 ,land

_4 on,Eighth street ,I / ', Toy I owners of renting: properties: HByEhawj 432,Twelfth street : \ w wBich makes sea bat' fnr" so dan: e ..aQ(ut jatic! erinu 'Qnb

,"', I / : a large"number'now. rented; J'1 ;gerons.:_ r j|, 1 {$ '\ ., I I ,, ,
H.'O S have' want more to fill orders. I'collect for :J ,No <
and JIn& !
Mr. L.j } :
Needles all kinds of sewing machines II : : ro3tn gfoinfif 0 t : : -
I < I [ walk "get
;returned home from their" bridal tour .reals'due.I I at W. L. Daughbya,. 1005 Ave after you ,there, and j. '

i.' aDd are being cordially! ,feeted by ; c.: Ci Carroll I ':lIu.D, '. :' : at'ti e soda fountain. -Special creams|ant herbet Saturday
211 Ave. D. :3NLY. _
jacqnalnt.(pav if Rental Art. ; '
friends and I your
We
c-aay. + RENT. afte cons and evening! want, patronage and will
-:-T1 'COUNTRl PROPERTY' FOR THETAKE always endeavor' to ,ee that,.yon get the beat Jo our line_ r
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1%4h Never ,a day but brllp. lew- f' Mr| F. H,"Gray, prominent surveyor nv.roomf.house with bath. cistern,i T : :,11',11'i r z -
Thi N'Y' accompanied' b1; and aeot.sary out-honsea, with ten ormon'aereaof '
"ben'to Die Dal'.T M.trop>lia., cr-EllensTtlle. I PersoMl Attention A,eM. D. (TM fen ;Ntr; sf !'lest OIIi' cSwe.rta
where Uta look, for, his family Jiaa arrived In"the city and [ good trucking land, at i --- j '
ii cuing .
-people are'dat5 aeboth loci aad teI.'J intends to make hiejutuis home )sere. Orange Glide, flva miles from Miami.On : .1(prescription' \\VJil'YOUNGS.>> OP,.
to I =
Mnhi ap "Ka:VaerII .tlegraphicrylong |where, b* will' engitvW* the pursuit;, good rock road. CaD on or address I ; THE BIG BOAT. ..4: \ 1 x

.krJ'td. caw' tool,.the. pe9pjl"l' .-. k@t his. profeiwloi. : \: Walter Waldla.. MIL ; S! -

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STEAM SPOuTs 14OIln FEET- HIGH tinder the, somber'.caDopy of black

,y THE COLOREDjPEbj'LEHERE 1 1f' ;\ '. Was Cut' to ,Suit!;# -' '- I i clouds, from which, lightningdarted. 8b1it1ieth'R: i1wat

"AND EL EWHERE. .1 Not In Ten fears Has Vesuvius Been8o'TIireatening In incessant fluhes.lWhen' | '
e That Suited Him "the sun' set the cloud which \ ,
I :; .1 j'j'Naples : : I #. i"'Y' "
I ,. veiled the summit of. the volcano was i i; '
;1 f i 7 and as a result we are* "' 1 October 3.-The'great caldronof sit, up'?;" not only '*Ith' Intermittent t .

I II : 1 now working" *T fire,"scoria and sulphur In' .'the crater, flashes of;)lightning! but' also with. a World's' .Fair'RouteBest :) ioI


/ .fl'. I '1 II= s; 1 FOUR MEN TAILORS IOl1ie'Jlch-of Erebus had'atirred jit'to 1 vas(hidden furnace' ;;while the hall'of I

I I --- I! : I -ahead f. anger. I Thunders roll down from the projectiles. became. thicker and heavier. ;
mmorder to keep ,
Line Louis
to
.Mr: Ledbeddu, jlbo h i Wn ieryIB. lips of. 'tbe crater's. lyiouth.-..,-nd pat 'Sf-

.,In now up'| and Etirrin f.around;, our: orders. < All this'has4been' :;: clouds are belching .'orth and covering 'THE FORBES-STETSON CASE. I I"" I '

--+-- "j \1 ) brought about by the mountain I side with black shadows. i :Superb service "
dining "
Rev, Johnson of Baldwin volcano Pleas'of Defendants Filed-General : car
JVIllUm I For more than a week,the .
Tcwn continues vgry 111 I the satisfaction, which .follows ,- r Plea s Not Guilty. .' -
,, '_ L has trembled as' If in torment, and: it U = -
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.j our work. ., feared Ithat another treat eruptionwilt jJ' .
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1- build : Pleas of the defendants to the
Ur. Ward' : ) to a take The western' decla
place. Stop :
ef8t'erhal gotog and '
cottage havingctrad } ,three rooms (In- co4lapsed.wlth a series'of rationsof the plaintiffs; in four suits overs, returning:;
\ terrific ,
instituted John F. Forbes and Mrs. 't. '
by
'Of four --p' ,., : ezploeli ins. -Hed' ot rocks and flaming! : I Koonille
I 'at
scoria'are lip Lena B. Maiheg against} John B. Stet- Atlanta, Louisville i Asheiillc ;
jets of beirg thrown to ,
Bv Mr*. Ltule' b+ left last night for 'We make Pants to your the height of. 1,000 feet! .In, many I of sonand wife,' 'Wrej filed In the:office I I' .

will be' gone I of the clerk of the United States Courtyesterday and principal rll1 Carolina Monntaia Resorts
Palm Beach, where! she measure from the v pages bordering the.Bay of :
; says the 'ITlm'sUnlon.Tbese'sullii I
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er ,tor several d ,ya.Messrs ,I 5' Naples considerable alarm Is, felt|over
'. are for $250,000 damages
the inc(-easing activity of_the volcano. ,
Rnpeet up each and are for alleged Jibe) and slan
\ H. W. ._Hepburn;
: It Is known that the principal one is
: U J. Hobbs RJ Sam son and one $4,50and filled wjuh great flsure | der. The pleas of !(the- defendants to & High Hridg-e, (highest' railroad, bridge .in ;the \\\rd.: ) Fairiou"isville.

::.' other area J ti'Jg d wn in.whttef. For -', '\? .intermittent! shocks! 'each of the four 'suit
; tow"1I. .5 S 'Suitas have ben felt In'tie villages 01} the Beggs & 'Palm r and Stewart &: Bly, Free re liningchair cars. and hi;'h class day coaches. Through: ?|

.' f I II -a-- Catchy' tower i Jlopea.ttf the mountain. There attorneys., In each Ease the defendantsenter Pullman sleeping cars Jacksonville to St Louis..1 R:

The aged fatheronly I or M s.' W, L. Pt-" low as'j have a\so been slight eruptions! ] but a plea of pot guilty." ? ,'olden. rates,'etc:, cheerfully furnished upon application., .-
i from Pa- j In the cue 'at John' F. Forbes vs. I I"" I "
man i expected ejrery i fa none of the volume of those of-the past J Si

x \ latkal; He I Is terf fee e: and,! needs 'few. da 'S. John B. Stetson, there! are twenty-eight- 'J. C..;Lusk;. Distr Passenger; Agent $

', ereciad care] J ;' I $22.00 At "all severe shocks are | elng pleas filed' 'covering twenty-six typewritten I 108 WJ St., Fla ''
felt f01' miles about the volcano t; and pages iof legal cap. In the j Bay Jacksonville ?|
case of Lena BJ Slathes and George M. ; .
The Carpenters' t r:n lon met last evnlng $-
dense columns of dust and steam hoot .
at 5 o'clock at the regular meeting 41 up intd the air .with tremendous reports. Mathes, her husband,'v*. John B. Stetson --,-I ->- .. .- j:

: place. We h vent learned what : ,; there were thirty-one pleas covering '
I In the explosions that follow merica's Most Perfect
was done: t. ci We Guarantee our.work or give one all th.r.aJm6t. :without Interruption ninety-four pagei. In the case Wheel: 1J 1-

r4I 5 back the money you paid for it. the steam, on-each occasion is of, John-F. Forbes vs. EUzabeth. Stetson J -I t" .. ." ";; I I ':.
Stetson -
Mrs. John H IJ.f.'T Industrious and John B. her husband there .r
: | 4,000 feet .
discharged fully vertically K Th
jyoang lady of Coeoanu< GroveIn'; ,a J.. A. \VORLEY,. into thf air.! were ten pleas'covering sixteen pages. : .

vral' In tlje city yestei> and In the case of Lena B..Mathes and
business
setose .Not (,0 ten years has the activity of El.acYJJ
day on.baalne... I Next to First National Bank |George M. ;illathes;' her husband, 'vs. -
j teen'ai
the volcano's crater. threaten ni )
Pushes '
J condition Elizabeth Stetson and John B.: Stetson J J one-fourth ',.
ing as The physical of
Ie fO" :
'Xr. M. T. jMltche'l! well-knowa the: mqulltatD '.has. .undergone many her husband.there three were sixteen"pleas ,i t: ', easier,. nd"l is_ propelled the same way. hf .:
ring >
cov thirty
ColoriJ Is UL" and pises. .
ZDechaaio of change and the alarm now U greater
: '. Magic City It Is not i whys the hearingof The less the, friction i the easier the '
4 has keen for several d i we are told:: than It was a decade ago., Many of the known -f I: ;, push. .
,
/4. We learn that he U !1' YlnrDr. '|) Drug: $Store. older residents of villages at the foot I this,the ca,docketfof e'wllj} come,the"December:'up, but It will term beon The Racyde has 'less friction!.oh its Crank Bearings, '
--- mountain \
fear that the
: of the slope
'J '
: "
Frailer;' of |the ', Drugctftr present eruption will be'more 1 disastrous :- II of the United State Court.' ':1,. ::.r.: ,than any d other bicycle. ...\

has had Cowan, the sign.paUssr than' has during iI t .,
Mrs that
I
any occurred ..
J. A. 'BUTLER M.' U. ; .
SAVES TWO FROM DEATH. P1.lr'i"1l.b: ,.
sign for ;
;to paint voile a ;>rttty I thej past century: though scientists .
Proprietor .
ale store. "These boys \'tight A: Cow : say ,tt volcano will speedily becomequiet. f I'. "-,.
"
... are'doing, somt Very good work; ; ,"Our little daughter had an almost; : have 'anuptodate establishment t '-

-I Dugs Patent ,Me1ic nes. ToiletArticles. .The presence.of: ,the.great quantities fatal. attack "of'wboopln&, cough and : plumbing : in_,
The 11W11trienA. of fcdlss Anna'Mi bronchitis," writes j Irs. W..'K. if avi- J connection ,with Bicycle Emporium and amt'
[ SID1ri ..Ptrflil lery of steam In the recent explosions:pleads my ,. ;
Cannon formerly of ourj public school similar land, of Armonk;; N..T.:,."but when all } '
,I many to fear another ernptlon J
'an
Stationer : do the best [ rk.
prepared Call
tat now, of >Vest'alm Beech School Drug? Store'm Colored Town to,the {catastrophe'of 1631. The dis other remedies'tailed we saved her life to w > and see me. ;
Only
"m be+glad(to know she U well >and at::! COLAS O,AXO ItVTH STUXT. turban.e e'In'that year began In" Decem- with Dr.King's New: Discovery._ Our
."- school roorji : niece, who consumption In an'advanced I j I '
work In the' -. -------- ber anal continued until February J 1632. M McIONAL'D,2Are'You I :
: -f .; : cone stage,'also used this wonderful J ,
Dnrln this time-the lost so much
,
= Mr. B.!! F.I! coodwtti. ..' of. Lemon:: food can' be .accomplished If r rightly of Its eight as'to.be 1,530 feet dower medicine. and 'tad&'" she la-'perfectlywell. -- r 'c .

'; City left last' night f In'jacksonvlile.take where he.will be saTed from degradation and ruin If yield t King's New Discovery1
College, Torre del' Anllu1 ziata. Torre .to. it-
np'htsj) thlrdhermj in that' well- the mothers will come together and-or. del Greco: Reslna and Portclo on the as to no other-1 meJir.iue on'earth" \ ; Going
to Build .
k known IDsUwtloo.I y- gantze-tbis. meeting. 'i'We hope to see southwest slope., Torrents, boiling Infallible' for coughs:: and colds.-. hoc<< ? 4

I it done.;, -I h i water ,: owed d "',II'e'> ,sides of the and 'U.OO'bottIls; guaranteed' by"'all '- $

W, IJL Brown 9 able pastor druggists. Trial bottles free: h
Hv mount In and killed 3/W1 .
"of Payne't: hapdA.,;* K. church, *t CORES' CHILLS' .ASb -1 EVER.-, L Slnci ;then_there'han'persons been'];manyeruptsis : !i'-' 'I. ., .,f .IF SO: (jrJYOU:! NEE: t3UILD.'MATER-> .

y{ palmj Beachleftfor ,, .this! morning I .' but. cone with such disastrous ; CARNIVAL NOTES. .IAL'Of ,AXV" KIND-joi4 sholiJ'not. fan to sec'-
his hone., after spending about:' "I r-** _'. v I '.

three days\ ''II_town.:attending eoutt... says:< "Ks! daughter bsJ chiller and I jected! a great;: mass of stone.several The' grand opening 'at1 the 'Jacksonville .
: .k-McDOMID.
feTerJfor.three pears;"he not find 1 : i
l could J. & CO.
-W '" thousand feet In the all, These Veiled Carnlval.|MopdaK: Oct !, f:4th; .
EmJle.iJ"lncblnso anythng: that would help.her: lib be : ; .
'
Mrt:: whoterejnt In an avilanche down the sides of the wil. be the greatestj: pec'-ade .ter:1\'It-: l
bas been < parts of the osed'Herblne "His;wffe will,not keep. destrdyed'a t&,std' In the'JBoutb''Tae"Floral Parade t .
awjayln.dttNorth caniiot mountain! 'and parta'ly ,Dealers la Lumber.. Laths; Shlnalei! Monldiaz, Casings. Brick," ,;i
house without It; and say*too
for several niooluu, visiting New ; causing and the crowning'of the andJueen.'all
King
number-of'villages;., but ,,co; ; < Ume.CemeatPlasterHalrEtc; and cfflcelAv
D and
) 14th St.
York: city different 1 parts of Connectl- much.for,UT COc. Sold by Red[Cross great l loss of life.. \ i seen in the gbre'of the toll y : i-j Yards L .j

Cut and otb northprn des,..returnedhome Pharniacy.- '- '-; The 1vlUage iof'Torno 'del' ur'et.x>''WII'J I seuml., Don't riet..ei$ the'eighteen t -

, Tuesday'nlK C tcj the delight of again'Jlestroyed' by lava in 1794 'but ,young ladles dance the'minuet, before. '- '
'
. ; her:man ffiends.| She looks the very j PERSON.tITtES.r...:...-' the Inhabitants. ..' had su2Icl nt.tlmelot' ; j! the royal partyl l f, '. ;_ ;
picture, of health llJI reports havingPatrons..why'toojt + escape: On that occailrn lava flowed :

had : most enjoy-t le'tine.i, ., Townsley Arthur Townsley, to the] Bar 'of Naples ,In ;'a stream'..a 1 I The seating capacity!; ; In the Jacksonville Clubbing Rates.

fears .of age: ,',hat! been .appointed 191 quarte, of['i mile,wide Carnival Stadium t will 1 ,,be'twelve:
) ; fonje iqgetber and) practicalryules Ciousaud at ea4h Dollars
engineer .of,''Vermillion S. .D.,- pd is The -rai.r then remained ] 1 performance.; _
have some blackboards' made for Mrs,j *n'tuntil 1822 when! 'an' eruption w doughnuts r.t nfng.room'-will: be at I" .

N. I..J8'kllOn'* room the third ualltnt. .the youngest' .city ll'lneerj'#fn. the occurrlmonth' d=that,continued: for ,nearly :ai :a premium' evfln'.w'ith that great'array I, {j ,i. j t 1''
Y
x teaterIn' the. pas lie school T It J J"OOld'Dotf' United,States. "i I iCurmn'a The top of tintone crumbledin' of seats.: The |h oi'e: ore going to flock t t't* ;
I
you te centS. 'apteet. ('unoll'Lord: writing was thl't'e'mles'In1 there "y 'the thou.! ands. '. ;. The DaleCotint with! news
and formed. a crater i peopye' of all
\ the
4Jae"a otwe-ind ,Dot .o bad at Oxford that when he w Tote to and < O 'feet 'f .t
circumference, Jt".arlto'I. J 5 J. ; i- '
bnt tber ftxturea.1 3.' relative and to a friend. ..with,I whom < 1 :'f i'T: Music')silt he'01 8 of tie,features at i i this tea as ifis ? bean. interesting one .- ;

'l"ht'Ie an rdll chi rea: aDd you .'tq-'was. wont f to be. candid' .bout I -the j;,teep'J The arooo was' agnln rent asunder In the. Jacksonville. Carnival. ,, October' Jl23. -, i,1 '.1+ taus?. .of the elections:.

Y should sue 7re' comfortably, 'relatives'shortcomings and; put the May &5. Id* 18C5 there was an eruption Prof.,'Abel,: i the, cee> rafed .,.Kenlucky ,
.
ftuatfld.. letter In the! wmng'enve'opeti: harm .pi greet violence.: Nut itcoptlnurd ,. Landmastei} : and-,the Carnival i '

': :resulted: His kinsman couldn read only: ven.hours. Since theil'!' there rind.< has,bee\ sell, ded from,the)leading = National State and' County'The'Met

Cr.ie or -t tie m tJll worthy room i the letter-'but surmised, it-mass be 'a : have ea .:e!& tons,: ',at, internals: "; of bands in this jwuntry. and Europe.. !
,.. 10. th city s'M 14'tllie Goitiiid I request for money and, 'Kent i cljeck 1: at .only alfeV"years.Thfe -'" i ,.'-' : .

h. the.altbf 10 11&' man who once: ,'< I ".I < waa, memorable outbreak'1n! THK, pE' T, rogro.; : [f "
clerks In Messrs.'Bror I,LVells" store; 'Chamberlain Is universally 'eon4oded' 1897when several craters We'r f Rev :: '
mew $ .B.. Hortbn, Siilhur.Splngs.! I .
I ){r. Wells 1fu tb'f; 'to 1 of hm\'He: \ thi that-Joseph, men.of Chamberlain, jis/: >n l idk J) Tbe'stream"oi .lava, that overt'J Texas.;writes!$.ifu'' J9th 1'$J;,:, ,"l, have : ; tfoP.olis' '
[ of brainy England
I, ere bad : wielding whelmed'the slopes of the ,
.s.5'ne.mOll hor-rst used In family Ballard'r wLlnl.
: < m3untsn'Uestro my n Has'
": around me;.U\1eJlt.lng none He will a'.tremendous.liflu4nce, Yet hey fs.notgraduate ed several biiIeges!\ and vineyards sent axd,Horebo IUd Syrup and they '' perf tied ngementV\\her.eby: it can offer ,

tot! .tai e ",n 'tbin&tl'.at ,OK not, belong' a or. any'tinlvercItT! 'orof: any ,but the.'peasants haj, ample i,I lave proved certainly, 'satisfactory. :The .. suchlattractl <<: rates !9r' various !newspapers

,to hire:t I \, j ;he a rge was public a futly schools flensed{ At'businpss the ages, of man 16,. warni g and. aO eadaped.. I'' ."- liniment is the beet>we. have ever used that,here ol.td.e n9 excuse for people re- _

I d George T" industrious > ;\l 38, to rapidly bait his fortune 1 grown, Mor !than eighteen centuries bare for headaches! aba ('pains. The_ coughs mai9ing inignorance: aslto! the happenings 01
.
).&r. H pree .a. very. { pause since the crater of Vesuvius had ;p' has ten: our Doctor:; for the last .
and prodertr-o nlng cltiaen of that he'.u'able' to retire froit commercial the tr mudousuph.ual which caused '- '5Oc .the.year .1"I'"' .'
; : eight! years. 1254| | '( Sold, byRed :
1eeterda1, and life.aad devote! hlmsPlj! to: the I l' I t "
<
This
;. Delray. w 'In thrcl the to al destruction o Pompei .Cro8sJPh rmac'y.- .
,"
.
I- bro*t w,th hlltl.n :gtt money to study and practice 'of 'polIticS. I occurred in the summer of tJie' 'ear 79of ; '-'
"
r.y" taxes'for'tWtflt1 rso .. betray]- Ingle+-Miss Margaret Ingles;>: preti: thefpresent l'L' j* "r 1 nRATES.E '
and talented girl of Parts.: Ky-t.bas" A proposed|lne ,r tlrCad, and one
iWF'town 'With $
i. a eery hrosperons ty\ Fol'|centuries the 'mountain bad re- that l Is so' feasible1 and practicable thatIt I' ." .
tendered her toU.e Democraticommltlee. '
tulored popula dm f the most''I' feervices ,
a lOPed In" slumber and Its ldE'Sw4Ore
and Is looming large In the eyes of competitive "
stump
..duttrltns\! 011 the F.u "out.aelreral, L will take the In green! with: drove 'and 'vineyard 'that roadsj ill airline r JetropJlis
r 'Parker and Dn I SheI Is road from E ;
the (
farms Interest
: nicehomes o :
aloe 'piDTlf1e and cultivated eneeatone 'TheDaily .
for.
owTilnt; bid been .<< many _
.''
II'I" :.;-I, I i is has agned'toihe been: Ktyen' noticewesterti that,she will. ,Miss be. .| The: } tong ,reonse ,Of;: 'le! 1med .l of Silver course Springs, wiiii Ocaii torpalatka.' at this'end..Eight.connecting' ,! and". .- One! Yearn xDai1'TimesUni

5tatehj giant Vas broken w th but "
yrieo .
t '
." The bread Lake d y,the Peoples 'ngics is an' Intelligent .youig "woniiii.ad .''little :arnlng:. The first'note o' alarm miles'of this !road;bate lreadf'been i 1 $10.00
'
betterl' -. (subjectof I built by the 3klawahi-Lumber Company ',
has 'made '
a.s i
and ,
1. iLetoia1I1f: Ire luxuri nt '''
DakerT. ; went unheeded by the ms ) *
Ithasfoendi way' :to seieraljof 1 political-ei-onomy, and'' tsj pdrssessedpf resort and Is lied; by them'for a logging : 4
known: I habitants 'of the famous rumniej
zL ouIut Grove ; power ana ta-it:: as a' puollc speaker, -- road.. I 1 st[ etindaad guage and .I Semi-Weekly Tim s-Unioh 15.50' "'. -
thdssm&Il toy of th f Roman nobles, hnd, 'whinjlhey"!! constructed 'in 'tbe'f'ty best manner." j -, 4
wide acquactancej -j-
III one ofita special hipping points. : she enjoys a + among OldslJ alie every avenue *
; to"their danger
i ihistory.
i ; : : i Two more DInes are now I
T'als ;efb-known J lie shipped about :'. public men and is'' popular. ] of enrkpe was barrM. 1 [ being built, Weekly Metropolis. ; 'with Semi-Weekly Times
::1 and will be:Jlnrsb* I II' '
thin last nn !
k fel-Y' I I' $ sdayiorniett L ti
six'tf.I se : '. ..
+ Union
HISLIFI I ,Thlijeganj! epoch in the mountain's .' of January; thus giving fourth'of the/ -.J' r | 2.oo
SAVED '
: to airs. J hD Halt and: on ( ,1 : with 'k. series of earthquakes; i'i'V '
: mileage fromocala( to ralatk"as on Atlanta
hcn elt i' | | weekNews .
ehecattie t the dte + 1 I a ,
refserday! : sp j|: JJ\V. Davenport; Wingo, Ky.j write;?, Which increased frequenc1" and severity,: : I'an"air.line the distance! ,!fa scant forty I ': tnattwic 12.25;
.1Duch.
a. \Vith
nally'
.ad ,e&rrtect;,a : Wcekh"Patm! Beach
1 a'all right J|iune'14.1902T:-I want. to M) y?u I.be- j j until kt last a new sad strange cloud '-:II408.' againstMseventy, or a little more '' .. *2.00 _
bak ;; I
-
Our two 7 ,H.1'8 'BalUrd's Snow Llnin ent' saved' j appealed .on. .or, rather,-came tip s !i from!bvta!, the Atlantic Coast Y1e.! .' When the J.

still talked!Un'yjlfe.: rwas'nnder the ;-atment ol the: uummlt, of Vesuvius.. :Tulawas; : 'i: new' road s: iulf: and the next two -
ne-si Is ; *
of.-;The Now..mothers mothe.:1\: g. not turn} tltlk'l two I doctor's, and they' told, meone'of .bond 1 'o'clock. In the aft raoon "ofA.ugu 'I I yeara wit; Isee' I..It"an acVoinpli'iibed fact Old, subscribers must pay a 1 back dues before they _

Into &l't10ll. Just I a ,meetlns at:I[my lungs WM entirely gi.n; ?,. and_ the'' : I t 24tlta.Ilia i j tit[! will followj I- to a certain:extent,' the can take advantage of these offers and cash 1

uibeitn : !other badly.affected. I abut tad a lump orians; describe ttt."t'etA of!.(t venerat'course of the Oklawabsv mainlining1 in a'danceQ1Ust
.. some one's !ldeftce. yourorganizattonr : ace impany! all orders for
,
'. side don't think tliatl| could uptlon briefly f Dark; ; ; the", direct Hne to Palatka at
'.JI' d not wait to In'! _my .1 : j'he e as:, # these combinations.
f TOtt "
or thlrky before making: 1 have Ived'oyer two months. !longer Itaas !\\f i 1M 'blackest fog ...e Londc n". this f r eai''.as practicable. There is an 1m- 1
(
',t t" :}; pot. twenty-ore Some one ',VIII bate to startDill ,' induced ,by, i trend to ti t.Ballard's'j cloud! shot 'up )like pillar,'' then::t'1[ nense, body of. timber along the.route .I.' ;

:'.":' {.. a..rt., folowI.don't Snow Liniment:' -The first LppHcatlon i ipfeaa out on all sid'ea.. {While land,.'o be traversed by thtrt'nd.both pine! .,

.f' _think then.others1w1B that .there(! is rood thinking,J Save me*.gmf; Ji f: two n'c'; n( rocked like, the eel; and the afd'itself, >.nd cypress., and one of' !Uie finest tract)

1 ;T : wbat'bonld atf Ixntlen cared me 6und .ad' weld It broke? and ebbed -..nd the:I'n the.State, and tle.transportation of, ADDRESS'f
Dotber.ln tile ntrbu '
teadtourimeettng1r: .th.lIl1d.r-il, a wonderful 'medicine and I relom1mead' rout'III tides as novel w they >ere eccentric ;;h'8 Umber to.marker.to: experts, ;in Mi
: : '
illy." ;explosion succeeded xplo construction say. will far more iarni
Sol the ta Dted' it'to, suffering hums JiSc.;:: IOll.'1 railroad "
," I stand as'p'the.:'PaiIl object4 1 om.\ "tSp'stai; Thinis t t.-, For.al. by Red Cjrosa. Pbar1'J' -', and |oar' *followed-roar' from '''the'top' than pay for the" bufldlne! of' the' road.-i .

of the mountain,, The van lost to view: Ocala Star.. U .
,f ,a step 111 the fight dlmtUII; Much *r3 'I'I ,; I .

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I therefore, if Uncle:Sam would 'arect
J I '
= out ;ran., ""R' '.WILSON: I I .:0---- becoming InrOIved In.any foreign coatrbrersy. -1

!!III! arfcT, Vs: MAY 29,19Of. ........ b>< ....stsr Meyer, the ; >> It.Would.:be highly advisable
.
: I. Hoboken Astrologer.., !6r him to 'uae "kid glove",diplomacy; :J

1: t .Jtall, ?to the last. 0.Za North aadW:.it. .. t t I $o.i; 'Contractor and 'BuilderWORKS ( : ::1.t 1-- owever, .we j jUl experience consld rtjle ..

r, Gustav, 7er.th. Ho- .a trouble with our foreign'trade, and
ack.oaVUI. ., ., ay 1 LiJacktomute /laLT __.: .... 66Jesup : ;
..v. ....... -. .:;'. Rr 10:Sip Jonp.0.--___ So Yr 1010.1t (N. 'J.) astrologer, writing the .o( r government should not trust .our ':
1Ia.6aaJa : ........_ ..._...1.Yy 1.ola Ar 11_.Oa_ _..n.-.1>0> II.J a 10. :.; ,. ,. .1.\ _..: ,J ; '
-
.- .. on coming October f
_. 6 fAr o 1&n'trlen.s" too far ,and should
t.rle&um1KL. ... ,. .... It y aUOa Ar AtlantaGa- -r .a' so Ry .1 .,! .
Caartsue _:.. .r-t h.--1-' .....".o.-.Mo.. By s 63s Ar Rome. ".a.:-_._........... .. ,'. So IMI Ry Ry 7,SiIAr i f I ujs:. l aid against! spiesMr. ..

Ar Onee.bote Itenrtlfe ....'tt--I---.... .._.L .. .. 8*. Ry it? ti'lOp rep Ar ArDaltonba e..It......... s TeuH ....._.IMI It'l t f ax I' NOyELTY I following Is an interpretation of '
.1 Ar Lcxliigtoa.\ Ky :............. ___ Q k C I .:Ynj : i. ,, ( L.'Lareon, who for
\ the l"atarryiileaaengers" :
Ar Cincinnati Oblo._ : _vi c 7lq signify many years
'' '-
it. RirAmood. .,__._50, .Rlf. 01'-P lw (Jh..hIUI'L 0;Big: FourBtQ /rs tt, p't' Builder\ of fine residences a Specialty./\ I t to me on*"coming events" h! a been Mr| J, E. Ingraham's right {

r r a ,__rlf_. ..... .:-,.._ .MY 4 tip A'1111'(0..luo.tt.u.Ill "....:- / Poor L'I4ArW&.htagtoa i'" I. r : month of. October.: according: hand :maD In.. the land eplrlmen! < of. '

:.;At CbaI'.I1I.. "..f.-.1Sb.ky. l'a.R7 'IOp.5tI' L Ar t.taw('IoI'alt'!. (Ill ... PaLBtrsl I 71O : Winter bomea for toar4u,. ...ineu block. im: 'act anything' ia the biiildioe ,.a. & "the science of the stars" t e Floriiar'.East: Coast '.rallu-jy. has

Ar. ._ "'"" .PlKa l ( Ull bp 1... ..."..., ..II.V. .' ...... cn 8.. /. 184"1 1' d'oyose cantoaiplatinff bmldlnf would.... well :jlo con.all mt la regard to plan, and is taken from the new mOOD en' transferred to Chicago, to take
rhlUdiilpbU._ +=. It It' t.1a ,v" "'-a.... L. ..--. -. ."' C II I ;
member of The HuildcnT '
.Ar Mr* York .. .. .j_. I... r'v'I rmcluiMit, U.. .._ .-...CU..UL *Kq pacification Brine a Exchange'and'tmploylnif... nothing- occur on Sunday: October 9thj;I e rect on, the .i"t of November.: )(; '
._.. ...:..... e H IC U I MO i bat.Colon men, I rnarantee no la"'I.lIbl"' on my work. Look np or-rIDDI. '
ArTilotOL. will the Florida
11.1" I j :3% Wasdington. D. C.. rson r present EastC
ss-Waablnrctua. + \ and Voris" Lin .yyj ,,.,. -C H It 7:4n ./ . . (jAM. .
t>all Pullman Drawing Hajm eMackMmtrlUe epic ; C.r, A'Jk? !!! :::::;;::; .ace. /L .8. T. Last '
to Se. YOlk., i a L.Tuc-lmiaU. O_ .. .. .. _.Pa L...... \ a.>IUI i. __ _:. h' .J.t' time and from that lunation railway u western agent, and -
:' JAI'I: Linn +nat" ..... following' facts; to be in evi t [e transfer means merited promotion.
I LvOlnHnnail.6Ar ... ...Big Fonr U>t
.)-b'"Tbe Land of 6krif -"" 110.:XI I, Cl,!-laiia.. 0....._ _...........BIII..w ur. I $.h and therefore 'for the follow rhile his numefnwT friends here will
r' .DrTii I tonTKy. ... .. ,_ ..KokyNo. biMryr Walter f-.J.cDada on "comirg"events" for >gret deParture, they will be con-
: nt "'M' County ;
jaciuoitftiie__ : :.. .. .. WT ..I..uL1ub..1o.1(1. ... .___ !lnlt, I 113:1: Abstract Co
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Lv Saraaab, Ua. : .. ..I i>. li, 12 ArM .....".. )10. ..8---' .1I... 31.t.CoI..bta .. of October for our govern led by the Jfact that the change will
: n.t'L{ ,. ...Bo Ity a ices '
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A'Afhe\lI1o'. N.C- .f... ..-SCa. B I &tip n-"lb* KlorrfaUiniUd.1 Doll+y wi" .. etc.- i-s- I one considerable! advantage
__. K7'C.J_ _hI, Ry g a7p miNlhaM tnln. thrimiih vnchfa and Pullinur' I h m His family will remain
Hot t.prtuk I ::U'C'OftZ"O2'.A.orICC: : the above given time the Zodiacal
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Ar tkaonllle. Te.- { .ltv 0 wv l -pl SX>r .
r Lmunile. ...,:_ 1,.... ..'..-..III>. It) ,,::10. ,.. -- !' ,- .. 1 of Leo will be rising on'' the east- i ie. preae'nt.t.nd' ;Join him at !/'lat4r '..
rM.I.wis ... _. ,. .._ ,. II, 4aspt- ..
-- "t d ite.-St Augustine'Record. *
.ArClatmraU.Ohw-. oII: III .XOKTUW T. I xo.1s JawtsM.JiCaMa Jr. n and as the sun is the rul .
-T-jj.-,iDrawi'uKo:: t ..... / Yfaa SEWELL BUILDING, MIAMI, FLA. 'of this sign and will be "
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: J o. >aly Pullman Pier ,
Sued 61.eptnd.Car betwret. .erK.oIl1 I I. .u" L' J.c..I' ....;.. .....M Ky 7 tit: : ,-f i if \
"-. ....... ,;, c Lv,-. la s .. y..-...-rw Ry I luMhar in conjun'-tlon' w'th'the moon In WINTER COVtlH..
.. '- Naeutt. H.c-: :...;=-- ': Ito. Ry .1'0-. I I" Furnishes accurate and complete A [>- mansionof, the heavens C.'Ri1
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t' A.A' Aal1I"/a,1a.. ._ ._ :' .-....11) 940W' I. : t.tracts'r- earches- Title tb a ly I alls the lunation for October. "
t. 1 : Ar HlnalnIlU\IU.\ Ala r:"_, -.... tic! by It.w.I I land in County.Ve own cortipltte J. E. Cover. 101 N. lain St, Ottawa.If .
World's Fair 1 well
... 9et: >e aspecte'd by the planet
j 1 "A'. ...'Inl'bl'.....r"" .I..n.".. -- -ytlq'n ,to.- Abstract Books of' all the land Ke- tils shows that railroads will an. writes 1."Every fall It has been

SL Louis Ho II 0 Sale I r ..........., ......._ -.-- ._. ( .:;: .. E I S. 1-.l'Ittmoa.: i cords of Dade! County :" :: :' :- d : p. :, month y wife's. trouble to catch a severe cold
an unusually ;
'.1< prosperous "
A' "n. "" !! Sec.'aildTna, '
1 .. LL :: 0"".1 I < nd therefor to cough alt winter; long. l
,...: I (I. \u.lJ. rti" fiortdUmKtd.t 0 0 _. .0 a i tiut } st-oftlre departments: '
t. winterjl got for her a bottle ot'I i
-- I as the planet Mercury was
a:;:.:. '. I t.. I' Ai l\',\ + A J' ) UK"oi'.Ic; .....: :-' em- m. nn m.. .. n posted but afflicted in the third orehoun'd Syrup. She used It and hu .
l.;. u.IT.rbtngU. ii. anil t'II..i4" l.lltllu-d.' -&a. in.IZI.JU "T i, i'able ti .
r..1t.'Oft. a'bl..gt.nu. i sleep soundly- all night )
From Cblcax.Viucl; .. &0.. HO this Shows that it will be .
Mmnnlit t twit iitw.-i.t--"Fl'irW* Lu.U..II." w.tta.TO.V4iBlusoi .-- LEY &: R I Ipng. Wherever. the cough.: troubles
I Prom From Uudnuati ICaaUity.ASGt..hl.s \.{,pI. -\ ; and .1 -rl la Urn trd.",:, a m. : COO RNE a v sable lor.oilr railroad offi:
er, two or three doses stops the couth.nd .
Varn all
to englnws upon-rail
: L r Round'Tnp S umtnijer r. Tickets now oD't sale. The Real Estate'and Rental Agents I aid our post-office officials, bhe Is 4: >le to be up and well.!* .'bc," :>..

:' .W:* Sf Juksonville. TJa j ji'i 12th 1-- robberies, c1', |t.OO. Sold'by* Red Cross Phar1SBET7ER -' '
ti. il. C. LOSE District PaMiC.H.A.CZEBT.Q. :. -ut/il03 Bay, I National jruard against or .

.WH..TATLOR.G.P.A.!: Sire e t., :::::: Oppo ite'First Rank.if in the postal service.: aey. ,

:'';B. H. HARpyisg., ? T.It. -, Bx01)KS MORO.\N. A. "Q. P. AS.EPk3 _I. .. """U.. __,J..olD -the planet Mars will be posted Cn t
TWO 1BAM DIlF
: I 1 mansion,ot f>to heavens, this ..
i th it our government will spend
Here's for the METKOMLUadrr

fe; JARD', NE & :R : Ie money for munitions of *! pointer YJDU 'want to save m ; : .ULERSO ml we know bow to'help W.IIn .
than )'I/u.
.. "."" '. .. / .TVw" !rn2 '...,.. and be more extravagant It h.
fix
: so{you pay a little more tt.ahe
? t Air L 1.i: DEALERS'IN t l' ; and-Uncle Sam must guard price of ,ont> paper and get tbe two
Railway .1 1 ,
: trouble.
; ,/ some great revenue l ou want. (The price of tbe Duly
: : ] Venue will: be, posted ''imra-UnioD and Citizen baa rvcri.slfx _
forth
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} i.-. S OR.'tSavana : '1' -Mears; Cioheait mansion! cf thehe.v !l1I" ' Best
Choice"meats Live I month.. .. .
thr..e ; *< ,t.4.fi. % ifJix
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bi >Pines I" PoHtc Attention .bdly afflicted b"- an' nil aspect ... .. ..........
'ah Co'lu' Camtleii, Stfutbernlljf :; a d 'd eased Ipoultry I monthsi. gals ;
,, "lt! .. .. ,..FAIR : T R.EA T M El'f, e.vil. planet tSat-nn. this. shows p\f Jear..l..r.' :.. 'ft.OC
r: RiUighdUchman i V\A3liiatoaa} ; .; ..... -.'" < '1 1J the public will become greatly ex: We propose.to ..nd.Sou bntd, ;b. -

Phil de phin.-New York.. J '/' : ,.'' through;some peat calamity Daily and Sunday Times-Uuiun and
!ft mines r'uDder. Mtlxen and,tbe Mrraorous for: '
., .. Suacee.ora to c. It. qULERSO will, occur' In
I Six IDOntha.j"-.h .... $ s 2eOne ;;
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Two E e an 'Trains i Daily.- Corn-r -- St' and Aid D Co. wko..tabltshodtka- ._ ..... t. (sea inset places'of inplo1l'ent.' and that .............. s IIi
tj. .Seaboard.MailOrleu r lJtlr hear /'of the fall of public i We will send you the ferni-Weekl .- ::
Seaboard.Expr1ss'; J .. ;therefore: I would warn all Imes-Unlon and pltlxen and tbiImorou -
t: 1 < __

: I- Moderp J3 u.11m' fI li.wner t.to: ... l I Inspectors and be'tlllake''more pre-im 'Biz> months'for., ... ... .........-$ 10'I > '.1 .

i : |than usual : One year.. '... ........... ....... S M '
3. O y SANE: Build'and 1 'Inspections. f- if( Thus for) 2ft cents more thai Uu :
Do ou Intend; To : : further shows that this' :will price: of the,dally, JOB get two papers .

ft' : oprilatdtilj'ttrJ1'. sl Injjrs ,ron: Ji.tsourtll'; .'t3lel: ?. ; : to,be a most unfortunate.! : month and for fifty efats more than the rtf.qlar .. ;'
price of 'bot Urraoroijs, get
miners, land. ,real estate "owners II you
t, ] the Times-Union < .
f.. For Mull inform' ten fc.id 'alieper -vaUoa,*, calloa" uny agent of thi L:1 SAVE MONEY? :. : for'farmers;"' particular., croP: Citizen Semi-weekly and the Farm.. .and Trait an, r'Grower. -
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| Scboaru, : 1. : be destroyed, floods .will be much your. a.
put I evidence, and record-breaking Send ubscriptioas to IlL tai' "-it

A:0.: ,1c YdLU s I'SH. MI JaebwiIifeFla.( : and as a consequence the wheat 10 advance always at these prices. t
f ; INFORM.THE in whicN_ all-branches( the TUB HaraoroLis. .
S ;'C., BOYL TON. Jr..' Pass. Agtl : will suffer the price of bread and I. : I 'XI.ml. F a: I
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T des'are :
ing repree'nted. 1907."T" '
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I : & ''fu. be UDUIU.II( high; there
climate of the East Coast of Florida : member of this association 1 .1 'would warn and'advlFe all of '' '
Contractors fully( will tnrnisb < White Hide J e Bather Shor. t
f iS nearer perfection' than, that of any plans : laboring :'class to- store *way as ..
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I' .tiong [and estimates., Ad< h' and
: ; flour fuel a* necessary'tor
1 J ofliiBr.: place an earth. *, .t .*, 1 : j ,1 winter: I ? u ;riiulcklv ." poII8ble.I ., Four Chairs. No Wlitfel' :

t .Assoc-.at-.o I n Contractors Association, I .. poverty,will. bo. much In evi' Best i Semite in the Citr. ;. .' 1.

t .. -- MI AMI, r FLORIDA; ... I'I L A COLBY' *. Proprictcr,

.::...: .... .do2
%n. the evil planet L'ranus. will be Twelfth 8trHt.
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;- East Coast -1------- -- -- -- '- ---,- (n the fifth mansion of the "

f OTICE from time to time be appointed this: shows \ha* this.will trove
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Board of Directors. The ; .
offlee: a'very prosperous .month''for
kt r7r To Whom it Uay Concern: : reUTr and Treasurer, at the ] but that peculiar;; greatand* CLU6BIN6 RATES .

t, h -3S&S t : Notice' U hereby. given that the nnjlenlgned i of the Board of Directors, may be ';ec ..d calamities. will occur' in

"',> jrF Intend-to apply to HI* Exp by' one and the same person. !, and places: : of amusement; ,
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./.. ,.'. 1 p Ilency, 'Will\\am S. ..Jennings.; GOTernor names ofthe-Officers, : 'and In I the nature of a Ore:or panic, .. jJ

:..,1. .t ot the State of Florida on the il shall consist:of three mt'mb It "ouldbe highly adrlsab: for \

6th day of OcUjber..A. D. 1901. for Let- stockholders, :who' are]to j of all places of amuee: Y u can Rave money .

:tt rs Patent.o: the proposed. charter. business of the"corporation until tio be more. prP autlo1. i,.than b, c subscribing i for :I

Oon hereto, annexed L' ... I'elected', at the, tlt; election. ,, and" I have' : ,confidence: that much .1;?,paj. ers' y'oti. want.tOj
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This 27th'. da; of August, A. D. 1904. 1 qualified, ari:, J I_ ; of I'.fe: and property can"be saved; 'J. .
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V JAMES T. SANDERS, i ., James T. Sanders, Preos, dent.W. 'net. I am pf the opinion that my // .

::'i, ..w:s. GRAMLINQ,. S. Gramling, g gH. ulll "serlounly' seeded. for as 'TIII ROUGII TIlE
rt \ j and : twill be In the''nl tb I
J.H.TATUM.CHARTER. L Tatnm Secretary I posted

$ jltnd James T, Sanders' W. S. + .of the hes'en.j; 1I'bleh'Is.. the f I IIf

,, w( I81ni I The undersigned' persons James T.I|and J. H. Tatnm ahall ; that governs tu-lence: and' wil

ti. }( I Sander. W. 8.' Oramllng,'.and J.' H. Board of Directors until said d. Uranus, this !shows that the //Metropolis'e: 1
XJ of will b /
and places amusement
. Tatum. b.rebT.Usoclate themselves together J The Officers: and Board of
.jLJ ed ..P.rough' aid of scltnce.oi: / ,
for tie,purpose pf becoming laborporaUd -'said corporation shall be elected ;: '
t methods
$ people and scientific
unier the laws of the ,State first annual meeting of the
'n.: Y- of Florida. I I era, and at each annual meeting : Jupiter', ,further I lO1I.t1. /al t ti .he Daily; Times-

'' 4ta tb essayS Crwa., PL..ppla lt.ataM.q The foIlowlQc ia'the proposed charter stockholders thereafter.-'iThe i professional.and MlcntlHc pea. Jnionaud. Daily }
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| CwM t its,.u4 TajatoU* >ans af th* wratoy trlMary MKITES for the intended corporation: i DUal meeting cf the stoc | wil' experience: an unusually fortu JKTROPOLIS .for .

1TOBTH aid BISCATIGE Bit' '' thereafter | a id prosperous rcoctn/and tba 510.00 or ,
[ > LIKE ARTICLE L 1 each annual meeting ; a.year J
m
nmckrt Gam Jat.w.U1.. via thi; The name oi the corporation shall be be held at the office of, the I ,I priC clergy:'and hosor.-!legal fraternity: x>tbfor6montha .-;

FLOKIDA EAST COAST RAILWAI.Railway.. The Florida Medical Company, with ,the 27th day of August f i i gain: eminence.: !. ; and. wll 'or fire dollars. .
tt much to" be happy and thankful .
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; .t Its" principal mOl .located at 'Miami. "- ,ARTICLE VLThe I and scence: will make,rapid strides,

Dade County Florida; !I highest. amount of '' at_.ben lIt')8 Indicated to pur 4a
play
this Company at
JiRTICLEIL which '

. ..'... The genera).nature the badness.j,subject Itself, :shall :not : : ', ,business and! shlpplni will be? somev-hat Interests'how;: at 1 I

to be transac ed-shall be the amount of Its capital stock.: The
or be'quite' dull ,during .the DailyMetropolis
-,;.* turlnj of. an t A Extracts an 1 .Medicines L The names and residences of / '
-, j ( the. evil planet Saturn'will' beIn
< Clad wholly or In art of native herbs, fruits ;corporators of;this Company, }
: nit +1 ., WntUta >**k> 'CMl at nartte ,tat m.p er ] \ + the seventh ,reansois: of.tie
P .1 i. capital stock! : e
l r riarUa a* ether Uftraatlra, 'OanaiK.riZBOTT and berries: ind ln'snch. Qusotlty and :i amount of, ,< ,
e s. thIs shows that great striki* ..
--:**r : .i ,' 1.utlYJD.: >:.>..tiDD"> quality as shall ,be decided by the leach, ,are_ as follows:] ...r,, riots in., most all. trades'"will be I
/ ........ --- ,. >r.A. Board of of :t"i James T. Sanders XSeal). ,of. \
/1 I>i and our mllltla o r Uljr
I .'F71 I 11'I'. AIIQCSTIRE. h.Ie ARTICLE t Fla" ten shares \ :
HI. ._ tn', be called out to-quell sue i.
(; .
l "' 'We S. Oramlfcg (Seal) of I -G
; shall be
The amount of capital stock ,I sex .will prove.to be leads g : i
r $2,500.00. to te'divided Into'250 shares ,en.;; lhar-. 5 'j. ,/ siln'the,: trouble,* and Octob ;r '! 0 Semi-
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Atikiiil Coast Line. iiL fafnm Seal ).>( Yeekii'x
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Jj of. the par value of.$10.00,eIIch..1I'h1. >rove to be. a 0 most L, unfortunate. :
i ito shall be payable. at the option of the ten shares. r for forming partnerships an d '
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i Board of Directors lnserrlces, cash or State of Florida: { ; I be well for wirrlagei to be pos t- Times.Uaioli.
North East and West, Tl 1 -
moat icellent service .
Qulckert time, e : .
County of D.d. I I'
property: eluer. real or personal, at a i :. otherwise any one who -w II
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ATLANTIC COAST LINE The Famous New 'York ,and Florida pedal I, 'On this da/ lerlOn.IY .I= I : i
: Board the
: : Just Valuation;to be fixed by the their boat on sea of mat 1- "
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''solid Pullman train 'ot Co npartment Sleeping. Dining and ObservsUoar Car; fore me James T. Sande W. S. ere 5.5O
: of Directors of this Company at a meeting .will be shipwreck long! n r year
throughon leases St, A Augustine .dally, except: Sunday'1ATM l and H.Tatnm'tojmeVell .
electric .up ec I called fob this ptirpos ling / l their. step., ; ,
arrl S\etit Tor 4: 15 P, M. following day. |1 'I' ARTICLE IV. as the'persona'dtwcrfbedin; rn farther-shows"that publir.\ ez- -
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Indlaa carrying Drswlng-Rolm. Sleepers anDUlng d subscribed" their names' to ,' Weekly Metropolis
_. Florida and :West Limited This coI'JOaUOII'Ih.n: continue andhare and disturbances will run'on.
,.. Wrei.iackionTtlW at 1:00 A. M.: arrive New' Tort 2f o going Articles Incorporation
Cars. : d&1':1I ;| power )o operate. Its ,corporate high and that oUr government

-t. :P. It'f oDowtng daJ.t J ( franchises. powers and Immunities ford Florida? Medical Company and 1 le In great: danger ot becoming jn .

: ... .CUean and.Florida L' mlted. tolM ,Pullman train of Jleepera, Dining an a term of tv eaty-five (25) years after orally acknowledge that they, d In yr'as with some forelgi power I and Semi-Weekly ,

.x tpb. tioa-Cars'ieasss OaeksoaUUe .daily at >UO A.M..arras Chicago 4:1 the commencement, of Its corporate ex. .. the "same'for the "purposes" ; i Judge thatdRussia.|treeing her djs- I Times-Union
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zt P; 1L:,xoDowlBC nay. iThli train' carries St-Louis Sleeper; arriving St4txries Lou II Istenoe.. l'j therein expressed.' I[ ')&JIJ ;'d.teaflOear,, at'ihaiad.: > ] both one year atsh1' '
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!E.PM. "I"1 f- >s -*". 'f ,:: R1 ICLE v. Ia witness whereof' I hare Ic ); by the way1s' not tar.oft, will\ '; .(
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,gf :JbSeY.*',sJi a-Ptt tfe,ftK; >.I 'aa.;, jlaljyv throng 11O'e business'of wiOomp J shall set my hand"and omel&t'aeat.,' some pretext'tl'1'to'plck' !+ ).

irtMCsn to,Chicago adt..l.odiR. aid. intChtcago.i. !!fsPa.Y-. Sit LI>t :I. be'conducted W Preaideat, a VlcePresldent. day of- A, cut.. A..J:. S,1M>: U 'c.' '_'.. Uncle Sam and'other nationafu| .Two.... _Dollars., .
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.Wain : p :r'etary' Treasnrsr (j and in order to have It said that -
'IOIA..JL' toltow1'1 .
: TW uIekist lint ftjr roar and __halt( boars to Chleacsx Sfx .T... boon i::0 General i Manager and i by such other Notary Pnplle State at !I whipped by superior'numbt:..jh' -

'. :.J-l"!.LI. I.,.*-t 0....... '-Tma..iUKK] RESERVATIONS. > "ROKP'I'L'J.f j' trtbars,,,,geAts:..or.mptor.ID&1;. M/ commission, expire" Feb. >. ': rs.,rather .than.. ,I''Japan_alone; J.i; "_ ; _.. \'

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EASBR>L WEATHER'SUMMARY., _e
FOANDA'i I [ .. .,.
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ARRIYAiS .
.. \ (HOTEL : \ j 1 ; r j.
'V1r 'III'; 'v an Ma4es.Rieh .nnd And The following Is the .weekly; :weather., F- ',' I
Lear!for orda[ and crop aummary of the State for the *( (NJ&aBK' KN3KMcVeigh. .
} 4 weekending October. as furnished I EVERGLADE!-' : .' '

n. Newa'Lea4er 'Richmond, Ya., by Section Observer Mitchell ''at.Jacltsonvllle '- I C. T, ).Ic nmmon. Miss RUb7[LaueI 'L Hello, There !
''eoatail the 101101 g relative to the : I ter, Mils Anna Peck, City; R. G. Johnson '
rrot.abftDd'or! ,4 4 cb treasure end With no general rains during the' S4 Louis; Henry Anderson, Jack- 4
.the lea vine or: tluth Dd-r from ,that week, cotton picking has made steady'!jsonvllliGeorge ; A. Baur?:Fred F. Bohnson.U nc'r
c1q'and' State riAa. progress and the crop at they| close of Brannlng, J. 'E.' LIddy. J. Have !
Captain forJJo'l kson a rousln of the week was fully .three-fourths', gath-, H. Hopd.' Max Sirkin,: \Vest'' ,PalmBeach. t YOU'ought. .
014 Hickory: born be bears a, ,ered. Corn was largely housed In the A your f fall Suit Yet? )
moat Itrlklng !' blaoc. left for central portion 'ant bar-resting was BAY, EIW- .1. + .
Florida a few day 0 with his :-1tl' making stealy advancement .1 in "the' E. F St Augustine;I Joseph i .t .1 .'- ..
It II, thought ome that, a''neh northern IDd.westem"sections-of the.'Stump, Baltimore, ;" '1I }? .,' Or are you trying to t squeeze a little more wear: out of
find here ,is! i.ceou b l le for their, sudden State with yield generally j reported I SAN Cf'RL05- y"i that Summer suit air lookir '
dep rture.. t' a few days be- above expectations. formed earlier In M.4B C lg'Jac1uoin'me; Vet Cave, V < j seedy? ,'
tore bit leave taking Captain Jackson the season. j'' I I, Daytona; 8. W. Harman: ,.Jacksonville. fQt Better come her take a eat'oursnappy
riadY'
was employed In 4: ng.'down-'pOr.' The dry weather: was unfavorableto. ( l array of .
Y tJOrl or the batteyn the Seven!; Pines / garden growth and Bert germlnatlon By pjaclng a bolt.nut on the rails of t : 'J
battletletd; for IUllip' n pnrpnpoe;when ;'although the damage is slight at-the No folk t Western Ry.. near Dun-
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he came to a bait nd celled work. this' time. Very few" complaints, of I II :'low, W Va., a train'was wteck'ed' and } 1 Schloss Hand-Tailored ?

wlthbut. sword bt, anat on. .. I damage to citrus fra'ts .from dropping' the engineer, fireman and'.others. of I Mhtajj,
When in fns I ot the battery' and splitting have been received, ; they the train crew were morel orj I less Injured 1 For: FALL; and *" WINTER before all the'
maturity In the baa been arrested and a? ? choicest
wbere he had been 1\ work was made were approaching i The girl I '
a bole was" found I wes'ovalshapedp4 southern and reported, ax beglnlng to i j admits J putting the bolt on tjii track ", patterns have .been gobbled up. ..
the top, but qu towards, the bot' color In some portions of'< the central I and says the did it just torfun.;; | f I t NLa3 ; s .
tom and about! a t fn dlmenlilonl..i dlltflct. The condition' of sugar cane -::-.- :-- t"" I : i .
The supposition I t at some..hldden i.Is generally regarded as satisfactory.' i I Leon ItS Gay ,white was shot. and .' j fWt CLgTHING! : .: : You 'Can't.lell.J; '
treasure or ante berI days has been I I! j -> : }!I kuled .,onda1' neB Hsriilton! a.. bY'' .
unearthed, and ,t aid that.Captain NEW INDUSTRIES N"-_ : RIDA.I.,1 j I I Alfred jTenkins and. Zan" Man i! *, Jen- ''' i \i *
Jackaon dlsplaY d 0 derable money! j. f' kins es aped but !Mann .was captured. : :. .j These clotheslfro'm the 'highest class '{merchant tailor work.: w
before tearing.CaAaln' 1 JI At Jacksonville- -telephone""I system..!"'i' :- : > because they nave the same tone-and refinement of appearance .-
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Jackson ; rem, Jacksonville Telephone'' .Company has; NEVI S: f .
or many : STATE 1.I 1. -something notJ: fpund in ordinary .ready. "o-w.ar '
capital] -
with iftC.OOO; "i'I gar1'
tlinebe been reorganized I ,
ne awn- ; :
followed '
lit I .
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ments. ,
ed three ailin4 "'II. II. bnt'through !, by J. C. L'Engle, Dr. \ ?Hume Shlnij!I Prot Wm. M.' Hollowav.' nominee for ;: 1- ,j. .. .
I' and D. T. Gerow. to take over and oparate (
repeated e became greatly perintendenf of Public,Instr c- : .
reduced mlsfo"tun In cIiiircr m tautf'S. Of late : an established plant., New equipment : ,State'jS; the.-Demoiratej" |of. Florida. Is ; : I'V
he b. been rrl Plj Itb rheumatism.He [ will'be installed! aadj other\ tra \ elV111C /eturs of con'gratula'
MlDCht 1W honest employment provements made. I I I his action in revolting againstthe y.dally"with the unknon-n doubtful
8rta1o quantity make
{ 'lantTheCooperage when there's the absolute .
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Jacksonville: -Coopcrag? Democratic
ID, order I1 and though! ec- rec ml action of the '
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;tp I cer aintyjof.always getting properly made here
ceitric, was tndsst 0 I and popular.' Company, previously reported State Committee in :requesting his withdrawal : garments at ihe right prices: Suits
His present wife I his third 'wife. Incorporated with 100,000 capl-j' ''m" the' nee and hits'action! '' :lik: thos; in the, ,picture 4{ J't't i I .
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tal. has elected J. C. Little: president ] I : .
+ SEe has alsclbeen .r lJIarrled.;: ; thereon These :aetten come I rrom' a / Por So Little I
i '. + :, John E..Harris .Tire-president; and C. number of thy most prominent Democrats j io .
STRANGER, UNI, ENTIFIED. H. Barnes secretary-treasurer;; It has of Florida, ail .are. highly'appre' : ,8 Pnle as .$ $12 sis.. '
Seaboard
secured 11% acres' of land on the elated by Mr. Holloway! and his; friends. 1It ,

A few the.daTa klUIJIC- ago the Of a).Iot.ropoUI stranger mentloaed by a- necessary Air buildings.Line. railway. About, and'175.000 will' erect will .f-GalnehI I.: 18 Sane .- <0 :; is not .a question jof how 'I! little. yoil pay! but how much you J

tra1a ID 'a, supposed to expended. '. Announcement<< ,WM made In'' a recent '
Richmond ):. forjwhat That is the secret of real l
haft been, d and Dade county. / l' Issue of the Sun to the effect that ge ,you pay. economy.
-A; )a\er'.Issue the Richmond : W. U 11111 had purchased from D. E. .- "S ,
1'.... Leader ..,..:. 1 1'I: I*"' : Godwin{pile Thrlei-a-Wcek Star.This '
n. bott1.or the 1s ranger who .was : y each anouncenent was' corectr, but after r .
killed Saturdarj' tog b7 a Chess y gloves having purchased the'' paper !dr. Hill .r I} 'Drop i in nand. let, ,.us. talk, it over.
peske ad Ohio Cft. train la the combined said Harvey Towle, 'of decided ihat It wou'd not be a paying I : "
; t
1 yards at Fuiton, was burled Saturday Wttsburg,' at' the PlanktngUm House.' Yen tare. He edltel the' 14oe'of' Tuesday 3r r I ... I t

at the HeDrltO alms}: Be. .His tdentty Mr. Towle travels for one of the large* bu thin lam lame announcedthat ., .. '
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remains; unknow manutacturlTie'concerni' In',thiworUL be had CIsposed'of: the property i, ,,' 11'j" r ;. I .
:, "We sell'abut t f 1.250,000 wortl to 'th Pepper Puhllshl1 '"Coinpany,

Chief Gardner AD an. or the Royal of candy year ourselves," he cbntlnaed who wll ,In' future fhap+'lhe destinies H ,
at1teatloa an''average 7i' cents of that Journa! u5RI1OEES.
Balls Hotel. Is now yln'iPEdII "and at of ]{ I ; I I SLC
to the hot d green, houses, pound you rim'flgure'out.for yburseli The tar; whlcfi ta8x_ .al: !semi.weekly. .
1_ and "is getting! 'be h, were an4" plants I I1A lho|, big a j>le! of'can'dy (makes issued on Tuesdays' and Friba' ..- f
f over"a' billion a year \ days: w&l conve'ted'lnto a weekly ,
tor coming There",
good shape [ e.ixn
lelt'3OD'1! ( 'People and tb j data', of -Plication will be I ::= I. mot 12th Street '
These Inures! n4 th arletJes of plapta i tor sweets in this country IIPn\j :, = : :::
r. and shrubs, are. imo.I the finest ID the GO ides* of..the, magn'tude''of. the Friday; The Pun wishes Its ron'emilo' I ,,," .Miami.. .,Florida_ .,,
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State. 'I ness./:" II .rap, 'IIU e8IIGaln. : .vll'e. Sun| |:: ,,," I I

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7 I I I L Ls I -' ni4 DeCri' of SavnnaahjLnownlus : < t LfluiJji ji I : -=
i I! r: '1. .j.I the 'Dlamo d seen: who,'w2-S i ,
: -- rlson r year the theft
: lent to r. for t
I ."- t:; of'dhtm'nds' onfor: d orders will be ,.- SamcboJy'i.. ifs spy tiM .
i HAVE ,1- I. ;leaf be '.
; i. a .way W's.srrbtks
{ releaseit frOMI' ,witbtn: month.
,, ". k f iteLeas
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', I :" t.\\ I Since gong to P iso the woman creatM \ ,y
., :} +. + '.
-A.-- a's' satlon! making charges
'-"Xf&rHat by. t t
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IKe ,
y
ualrst1r. be''B de for Ill treatment 4 r
'Jrl. '&': "1 he .wo 1d ot'anbmtt-to_ cer- I' relricee.r' ,' Kesa4th. .
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w.# j:
1:811. WWE: i ting i fo y !. taIn or pro t i' officer" le.'nd ro caused his' posit'on.R44L .,the: dismissal -. -.- IR 1 I R r

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i f. 'ESTATE Try! cur RED ICE CREAM

Somew e' 'on- our Riglvshade shape 1 rife i: 1' t tI insurance .I GRAPE PUNCH CROSS -''

< shelves. 's just the I : !!, ,..rightstyle} J JA and 8t F_ tr 1 The 'New Dria ,PUARMAGY'TbM'. :sad Dc&iowYov

: 1i ;, f fwiilikeit. I
Hatffof y right price.ywy Furnhhed': randr U nfnrnishedRtsiden ,'E. L Burdi" w, H W

i es for the .' President: bentTe". -

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"",, non J;& II'1\EAG' ;; 'S. : r I I. We'carry d)| f.

IIA.-,II. l-'L.\... (xgrst Assortmtnt of I r

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i ; I He ,HAS' : 1t Iay.Be II lw I I '..' !'I\Indsome deigns::. 0 DOMESTIC CI is ,
}'ill ;; 1' Eli M the tAy.

Our HaLt es HAT'a ', Stetson ; J- tq' i '
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aids
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xE Hat
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> i $5.00 ,
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: spec 1 $ R Yo r I Vcareha,ingwoictful t. ., .. IiL.i, ;' L--I I,
la' Hhercase, It's here :
[ Hat !ready'1 IIUC ell" with'' k kc .--'" -- l' -- '
whew you are. 1I'Remem I ut Fall p tternsThere. ; .
1MJd: are ..

There Are ( More Days n"irect A are fro "hat the mill asernrd ,

er; .ony.Seven. ; actorytmnan 11 Seybold's I Bt1i
: i, :! S.' We:

r- To Get 'a Chance To Go to: St.' Louid ,Free !, ate one them pound; made:pacK8 upU I I

and! hey w'ill I _
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z,; I vy'rage Icy 11 and I is made? under- healthy(4 conditions.
2 j yards to cash t' I I'B r'' We
,do'aUp mixing ,by tkj.latest, machinery e
patented t .
sA rtikt.s' ..., r.: ,
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,; I TICKET GIVEN!' )WJTH "I ( J. ,r'I .ZL.iO F I

Ii EACH, 1.00 PU C"1SE. V 'hale n 'aainlyl 'Ii Ojt our Homemade "B'rJa" f r: your ': .
i e. :rl1tfor'/ Shirta health' That's, 'hy I I L'\ .
1 trjr.it. '
:--AT, P Fall sts4 which ,rqn The kind thatig et by iteople' '. .
11--- 1: ,:;; ruin J to''yardsn : I for miles aronndj. 9''
l 1 YO'l11110IJld "
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'f .p cc AlPine ;\ hepackafe; t\te.\ j
Deriyj .b t\ ., ri es :range faint Jl J I, I f 0 .i5 cents., : 1I' \ TO,, ANY PARTOF THE CITY

JON SE V ELL & ((8RO. 'S: .trill' miss, tie' t f r y : .

: Jl' rte>"! OIllOrtun- .JOHN: SEFBOLB. I

.... \ I If tty', yna'ever hadif; .
t I -" I 1 jots: >dun't rsecaregnetof''these ."' '
; barwaijrr. Miami l. : : : : : Florida. .f
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L F.'tj 'd. :JTHE. CLOTHIERS: rt ,: J : .'. ,, ,i:i'j .' '
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THE !
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-( t .fJb'h' .. : ..-. .. .. pnOE1.JDA.: r -6.lrenae SODS atoned .- sky
f "' ;.. {f r'w:,"'> ... .., ....'.. rf.-,. ..' .. '. i ."... ,. j xl' : .' :".' k ., <, .. 1 1} D. { I 92 .' .000 "I BluUnt.II'RtT *.-
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